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food-noun
material, usually of plant or animal origin, that contains or consists of essential body nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals, and is ingested and assimilated by an organism to produce energy, stimulate growth, and maintain life (most food, unless organic, today falls woefully short of maintaining optimum health)

fungus-noun
inflected form(s)-plural-fungi, funguses
any of a major group (Fungi) of saprophytic and parasitic spore producing organisms usually classified as plants that lack chlorophyll and include molds, rusts, mildews, smuts, mushrooms, and yeasts

funk-noun
a cowering or flinching through fear or panic; to avoid because of fear

furlong
a stadium, a Greek measure of distance equal to 606 feet and 9 inches

fusion-noun
a fusing; melting together; the union of different things by melting. 
    On Cold Fusion: Hal Fox, Fusion Information Centre, Institute for New Energy, Utah, www.padrak.com/ine  Email halfox@mail.slkc.uswest.net
nuclear fusion
a type of nuclear reaction in which atomic-nuclei fuse, forming a heavier nucleus with the release of large amounts of energy (polynucleotides)

Fathers of Confederation in Canada

Standing (left to right): G. Coles, H.L. Langevin, E. Palmer, O. Mowat, J.M. Johnson, A.G. Archibald, C. Fisher, J. Cockburn, J.C. Chapais, W.A. Henry, R.B. Dickey, A.A. Macdonald, W.H. Pope, J.A. Shea, F.B.T. Carter, H. Bernard (Sir John A.'s brother in law {his pic superimposed after this pic was taken; he didn't arrive in Canada until some 3 years after this pic taken..so the famous Fathers of Confederation picture appears to be little more than an infamous forgery}), J.H. Haviland (17)

Seated: E. Whalen, A.T. Galt, George Brown, J.A. Macdonald, Col. J.H. Gray, C. Tupper, Sir E.-P. Tache, S.L. Tilley, George-E. Cartier, J. McCully, E.B. Chandler, W.H. Steeves, Lt. Col. J.H. Gray. (13)

fustian-noun-and-adjective
pretentious speech or writing; pompous language; wordiness or overblown language in speech or writing:
synonyms-bombast, rant, verbosity, verbiage, prolixity, turgidity, long windedness, hot air (colloquial), puffery (colloquial)
antonyms-terseness, conciseness, succinctness

futile-adjective
serving no useful purpose; completely ineffective (efforts to convince him were futile); occupied with trifles; frivolous
futileness-noun
futilely-adverb
synonyms-vain, fruitless

futility-noun
the quality or state of being futile (useless); uselessness

farthing-noun
a coin formerly used in Great Britain worth one fourth of a penny; something of very little value

feral-adjective
existing in a wild or untamed state; having returned to an untamed state from domestication; of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage: a feral grin

foment, fomented, fomenting, foments-transitive verbs
to promote the growth of; incite; to treat (the skin, for example) by fomentation;  foment implies continued incitement over an extended period of time (the unjust taxes fomented rebellion)
fomenter-noun

factious-adjective
of, relating to, produced by, or characterized by internal dissension; given to or promoting internal dissension; insubordinate
factiously-adverb
factiousness-noun

fascist-noun
an advocate or adherent of fascism; a reactionary or dictatorial person
fascist-adjective
fascism-noun
a system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism; a political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government; oppressive, dictatorial control
fascistic-adjective

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