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faroff distant in space or time; remote.
far-off at or from a distance; a long way away; distant.
farouche lacking social manners, or unsociable in a savage, uncivilized way; wild.
farrago a jumble or conglomeration; medley.
far-reaching having a wide or extensive effect or range.
farrier one who shoes horses; blacksmith.
farrow1 a litter of pigs. [3 definitions]
farrow2 of a cow, not pregnant.
farseeing able, or as if able, to see far into the future; foresighted; prescient. [2 definitions]
Farsi the language of Iran and part of Afghanistan; modern Persian.
farsighted able to see objects clearly in the distance, and not so clearly close at hand. [2 definitions]
fart (vulgar) a passing of intestinal gas from the anus. [3 definitions]
fart around (slang) to waste time; be idle.
farther a comparative of "far." [4 definitions]
farthermost farthest.
farthest a superlative of "far." [4 definitions]
farthing a coin formerly minted in England worth one fourth of a penny. [2 definitions]
farthingale a hoop worn by women in the sixteenth century to widen the skirt from the waist.
fasces a pack of rods surrounding an ax so that only its blade projects, used esp. during ancient Roman times as a symbol of power and authority.
fascia a thin layer of tissue connecting or supporting internal organs or parts of the body. [3 definitions]
fascicle a small bundle or cluster of fibers, such as stems, flowers, or leaves in plants, or nerve fibers in animals. [2 definitions]