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fundament the geographic features of a region, such as elevation, climate, soils, and the like. [2 definitions]
fundamental serving as a foundation; basic; central. [4 definitions]
fundamentalism (sometimes cap.) a movement within Protestant Christianity that accepts the literal truth of the Bible and encourages strict adherence to narrow moral and cultural norms.
fundamentally in central or important ways.
fundamental particle an elementary particle.
funding the act or process of collecting and supplying money needed for a particular purpose or group, or the money that is supplied.
fund-raiser one who appeals for donations or contributions for a particular cause, such as aiding a charity or political campaign. [2 definitions]
fund-raising the action or occupation of seeking donated funds for charitable groups, political candidates, and the like.
fundus in anatomy, the base of an organ or the part of the organ farthest from its opening.
funeral a ceremony for a dead person, sometimes including burial or cremation. [2 definitions]
funeral director one who is in charge of a funeral home; undertaker; mortician.
funeral home an establishment where the bodies of the dead are made ready for burial or cremation and where funeral services are sometimes held.
funereal gloomy; solemn; mournful. [2 definitions]
fungi a plural form of fungus.
fungible of goods, being of a kind or quality that allows for free exchange with an equal part or quantity of similar goods. [3 definitions]
fungicide a chemical agent or treatment used to kill fungi.
fungo in baseball practice sessions, a ball tossed into the air by the batter to be hit to a fielder as it comes back down.
fungoid characteristic of or similar to a fungus. [2 definitions]
fungous of, resembling, or caused by a fungus.
fungus any organism, including mushrooms, yeasts, molds, rusts, and others, characterized by lack of chlorophyll and by subsistence on organic matter. [2 definitions]
funicular of or pertaining to a rope, cord, or the like, esp. to its tension. [4 definitions]