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folk music music originated, handed down, and played or sung by the common folk of a region or country, often fairly simple and repetitive in structure. [2 definitions]
folk-rock popular music that combines characteristic elements of folk music and rock-'n'-roll, often using lyrics similar to the former, with rhythm from the latter, as in songs of social protest.
folks (informal) parents or family members. [2 definitions]
folk singer someone who sings folk music, esp. professionally.
folk song a piece of vocal folk music. [2 definitions]
folksy casually sociable; informal; neighborly; unceremonious.
folk tale a story of anonymous authorship, passed on orally by the common people of a region or country, and often incorporating the myths and legends of that people, or including a moral.
folkway (often pl.) a pattern of life or mode of thought or action shared by a people as part of their traditional culture.
follicle a small cavity or sac with a narrow mouth, such as that surrounding the root of each hair. [3 definitions]
follow to come or go after or behind. [15 definitions]
follower a student, disciple, or adherent of the teachings or ideas of another. [4 definitions]
following a group of followers, supporters, or adherents. [5 definitions]
follow in someone's footsteps to pursue a course of action very similar to that of someone else.
follow in the footsteps of to follow after, in succession or imitation.
follow one's nose to move or act according to instinct.
follow-through the act or process of carrying on with an activity or project, esp. to completion. [2 definitions]
follow-up the act or process of following up, esp. with something that may increase the effectiveness of an earlier action. [4 definitions]
follow up to pursue or act further concerning (something), esp. so as to bring it to a conclusion or to find an answer. [3 definitions]
folly use of poor judgment, or lack of common sense. [4 definitions]
foment to encourage the development of; instigate or foster. [2 definitions]
fomentation the act of instigating or encouraging the development of discord, discontent, or the like. [2 definitions]