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fathomable combined form of fathom.
Fathometer trademark for a sonar instrument that measures water depth.
fathomless too deep to measure or reach the bottom of. [2 definitions]
fatigable tiring easily or frequently.
fatigue mental or physical weariness, or the effort or strain that causes it. [8 definitions]
fatless combined form of fat.
fatling a young domestic animal such as a calf or lamb, fattened for slaughter.
fat-soluble able to dissolve in fats, oils, or hydrophobic solvents.
fatten to make fat or overweight. [4 definitions]
fattish somewhat fat.
fatty containing or consisting of fat.
fatty acid any of a large class of acids, such as palmitic, stearic, and oleic, that occur naturally in animal and vegetable fats and oils.
fatuity stupidity or foolishness, esp. when accompanied by smugness or complacency. [2 definitions]
fatuous smugly foolish or stupid.
fauces (used with a sing. or pl. verb) the cavity at the rear of the mouth that leads to the pharynx.
faucet a device for turning on and off the flow of liquid from a pipe or container; tap; spigot.
faugh used to express disgust or contempt.
fault a defect; flaw; weakness. [7 definitions]
faultfinder one who finds much to criticize or complain about, esp. of a petty nature.
faultfinding the act or practice of criticizing or complaining, esp. about petty matters. [2 definitions]
faultless without blemish, fault, or defect.