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forsake to abandon or desert. [2 definitions]
forsaken past participle of forsake. [2 definitions]
for sale available for purchase.
for shame! you should feel embarrassed or guilty about your action.
for short as a shorter form.
forsook past tense of "forsake."
forsooth (archaic) indeed.
forswear to give up or renounce, often with an oath or pledge. [3 definitions]
forsythia any of several wild or cultivated early-blooming shrubs bearing bright yellow flowers that bloom along the length of long, thin branches.
fort a fortified building or position used by military troops for protection and defense. [2 definitions]
forte1 a strong or exceptional point, such as a talent or skill. [2 definitions]
forte2 in music, loud and forceful. [3 definitions]
fortepiano an eighteenth-century version of the pianoforte, having a smaller keyboard and more delicate sound.
forte-piano loud and then immediately soft (used as a musical direction).
forth forward or onward in time or space. [3 definitions]
forthcoming about to appear or happen. [4 definitions]
for the most part to a large degree; usually.
for the present at least at this moment, though perhaps not afterwards.
for the time being just for now; for a short time only.
forthright outspoken and to the point. [2 definitions]
forthwith without delay or hesitation; immediately.