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fichu a woman's lightweight triangular scarf worn over the shoulders and crossed or fastened on the chest.
fickle quickly changing without reason or warning, esp. in affection or allegiance; variable or capricious.
fiction literary narrative, esp. in prose form, that is not necessarily based on real events. [3 definitions]
fictional of, relating to, or in the category of fiction. [2 definitions]
fictionalize to make fiction out of (actual events or people).
fictitious intended to deceive; not genuine; imaginary. [2 definitions]
ficus any of various tropical plants, bushes, or trees of the mulberry family, having large glossy leaves and often cultivated as houseplants.
fid a square, strong bar of wood or metal used to support a topmast. [2 definitions]
fiddle (informal) a violin or related instrument. [7 definitions]
fiddleback another name for the brown recluse spider.
fiddlehead a decorative carving above the bow of a ship, shaped like that at the end of a violin neck. [2 definitions]
fiddler crab any of various small burrowing crabs found along coastal regions, the male of which has one front claw much larger than the other.
fiddlesticks nonsense! (used to express annoyance or irritation).
fideism the belief that God and eternal, supernatural truths can be fully, or mostly, comprehended by faith, and not by reason alone.
fidelity loyalty or faithfulness to obligations, promises, or those to whom one has made a commitment. [3 definitions]
fidget to move one's body nervously and restlessly. [4 definitions]
fiduciary a person who is legally entrusted with the assets or powers of another, to be used in the other's best interest; trustee; agent. [3 definitions]
fie an expression of disapproval or distaste, often used jokingly.
fief a landholding granted by a lord to a vassal in a feudal system.
fiefdom the domain of a lord under the system of feudalism. [2 definitions]
field an expanse of open and usu. grassy ground, or such an expanse used for growing crops. [11 definitions]