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furbish to restore to original or good condition, esp. by cleaning or polishing.
furcate forked. [2 definitions]
furfur a small dry flake of skin, such as dandruff.
furfuraceous of or resembling bran. [2 definitions]
furious full of fury; violently angry; enraged. [3 definitions]
furl to roll up (a flag or the like) around a central axis. [4 definitions]
furless combined form of fur.
furlong a unit of length equal to one eighth of a mile or 201 meters, used esp. in horse racing.
furlough a leave of absence or vacation for an enlisted person in the military. [4 definitions]
furnace any apparatus in which heat is generated for a specific purpose. [3 definitions]
furnish to equip, esp. with furniture. [2 definitions]
furnishing (pl.) a variety of fittings, appliances, and articles of furniture, with which a living space is equipped. [2 definitions]
furniture movable objects such as chairs, tables and beds with which a living space is equipped.
furor turmoil or commotion. [4 definitions]
furred of an animal, having fur. [3 definitions]
furrier1 one who prepares or sells furs.
furrier2 comparative of furry.
furring the act of trimming or lining something with fur, or the fur used for this. [2 definitions]
furrow a narrow trench made in the ground, as for planting seeds. [4 definitions]
furry being naturally covered in fur, as an animal or part of an animal's body. [3 definitions]
fur seal any of several eared seals whose thick underfur is valued for making coats and the like.