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fraught accompanied by; full of, usually something bad or unpleasant (usu. fol. by "with"). [2 definitions]
Fräulein (German) a young woman, esp. an unmarried woman (used as a form of address).
fraxinella see "dittany."
fray1 a noisy dispute or conflict; brawl or battle.
fray2 to wear or rub thin or threadbare. [4 definitions]
frazzle (informal) to tire out; exhaust one's body or nerves. [3 definitions]
freak1 something exhibiting aberration or abnormality, esp. a human or animal with some extraordinary physical defect or malformation. [4 definitions]
freak2 to dot or streak with color. [2 definitions]
freak out (informal) to totally lose control of one's emotions, esp. in anger or distress. [2 definitions]
freak show (old-fashioned) a sideshow of humans, animals, or plants that exhibit physical abnormalities, as at a carnival.
freaky unusual or strange; freakish. [2 definitions]
freckle a light brown dot or mark of pigmentation in the skin, often brought out by exposure to sunlight. [3 definitions]
Frederick Douglass U.S. abolitionist and orator, who served as an adviser to President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War (b. 1818--d. 1895).
Frederick Olmsted U.S. park designer considered the founder of American landscape architecture, whose achievements include New York City's Central Park and major U.S. national parks; born Frederick Law Olmsted (b.1822--d.1903)
Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu an American of Japanese descent who, during World War II, was one of only a few Japanese-Americans to openly defy the relocation orders of the U.S. Government. Korematsu was arrested and sent to an internment center in 1942, and his challenge to the constitutionality of forced relocation was ruled against by the Supreme Court in 1944 in Korematsu v. United States (b.1919--d.2005).
-free not containing or taking in; without. [2 definitions]
free being without hindrance or constraint; not enslaved or imprisoned. [20 definitions]
free agent a professional athlete, such as a baseball player, who is free to contract to play for any team.
free and easy casual and unconstrained.
free-associate to participate in free association.
free association a psychoanalytic technique for discovering repressed thoughts and emotions, in which the patient talks spontaneously about whatever comes to mind. [2 definitions]