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feast

/fist/ (n)

A large meal for many people.

Example:

In the US, Thanksgiving dinner is a family feast.

fatality

/fəˈtæləti/ (n)

A death resulting from and accident or crime.

Example:

There were 2 fatalities in the car accident last night.

farmhand

/ˈfɑrmhænd/ (n)

A person who works on a farm or ranch.

Example:

James is a farmhand on a cattle ranch in Arizona.

furnish

/ˈfərnɪʃ/ (v)

Put furniture and other items in a room/house.

Example:

The house was empty when we moved in, but we furnished it in only 2 days.

fatty

/ˈfæti/ (adj)

Food with a lot of fat in it.

Example:

Bacon is quite fatty, so I don’t eat it regularly.

forgery

/ˈfɔrdʒəri/ (n)

Document, money, or a painting that has been copied illegally – not the real thing.

Example:

Brian tried to sell a painting to an art gallery, but they told him it was a forgery.

fingertip

/ˈfɪŋgərˌtɪp/ (n)

Top of the finger.

Example:

The fingertip is very sensitive.

fumble

/ˈfʌmbəl/ (adj)

Move your hands in a way that makes it difficult to do something.

Example:

My hands were so cold that I fumbled when trying to tie my shoelace.

fracture

/ˈfræktʃər/ (v)

To break.

Example:

I fractured my leg while I was skiing.

futile

/ˈfyutl/(adj)

No chance of something being successful.

Example:

Trying to fix the refrigerator is futile. It is 15 years old and time to buy a new one.

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