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|Fade ||vb||OE. fadian. - to dispose, sort, arrange, regulate. 2. orderly, tidy, discreet. *Fade: meaning to cause or lose color is not an Anglish word deriving from Old French
 
|Fade ||vb||OE. fadian. - to dispose, sort, arrange, regulate. 2. orderly, tidy, discreet. *Fade: meaning to cause or lose color is not an Anglish word deriving from Old French
 
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|Fain|| n||Gladness, happiness, joy, pleasure.
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|Fain|| n||Gladness, joy, pleasure.
 
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|Fain ||vb||To be delighted, glad, happy, rejoice. 2. to desire, wish. 3. to pretend kindness. 4. to make glad, congratulate. 5. to rejoice in, enjoy, to take gladly, show preference for
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|Fain ||vb||To be delighted, glad, rejoice. 2. to desire, wish. 3. to pretend kindness. 4. to make glad, congratulate. 5. to rejoice in, enjoy, to take gladly, show preference for
 
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|Fain ||adj.||Glad, haapy, rejoiced, well-pleased; hence necessitated, obliged; disposed willing, eager. 2. well-pleased, flattered, as 'fine words to make fair maidens fain.' 3. glad under the circumstances; glad or content to take a certain course in default of opportunity for anything better; the lesser of two evils. 4. necessitated, obliged. 5. disposed, inclined or willing, eager. 6. apt, wont, wish. 7. well disposed, favourably.
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|Fain ||adj.||Glad, rejoiced, well-pleased; hence necessitated, obliged; disposed willing, eager. 2. well-pleased, flattered, as 'fine words to make fair maidens fain.' 3. glad under the circumstances; glad or content to take a certain course in default of opportunity for anything better; the lesser of two evils. 4. necessitated, obliged. 5. disposed, inclined or willing, eager. 6. apt, wont, wish. 7. well disposed, favourably.
 
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|Fain ||phr||"Fain and Fain" - gladly and willingly, done with pleasure.
 
|Fain ||phr||"Fain and Fain" - gladly and willingly, done with pleasure.
 
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|Fain ||phr||"Full Fain" - extremely glad, happy and willing in dealing with others.
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|Fain ||phr||"Full Fain" - extremely glad and willing in dealing with others.
 
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|Fain ||phr||"Glad and Fain" - happy and willing in dealngs with others.
 
|Fain ||phr||"Glad and Fain" - happy and willing in dealngs with others.
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|Father ||n||"The Holy Father" - The Pope; His Holy Fatherhood.
 
|Father ||n||"The Holy Father" - The Pope; His Holy Fatherhood.
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|Father-better ||adj||Better than one's father.
 
 
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|Father-God ||n||The God of creation.
 
|Father-God ||n||The God of creation.
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|Father-to-be ||n||A male partner of a pregnant woman (mother-to-be), especially when for the first time.
 
|Father-to-be ||n||A male partner of a pregnant woman (mother-to-be), especially when for the first time.
 
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|Fathom ||n||The embracing arms = bosom (OE. only). 2. fig. grasp, power. 3. object of the embrace - the wife of thy bosom. 4. stretching of the arms in a straight line to the full extent, about six feet. 5. breadth of one's comprehension, grasp of intellect or ability. 6. a measure of length. 7. length by outstretched arms, including the hands to the tip of the longest finger; hence a definite measure of six feet.
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|Fathom ||n||The embracing arms = bosom (OE. only). 2. fig. grasp, power. 3. object of the embrace - the wife of thy bosom. 4. stretching of the arms in a straight line to the full extent. 5. breadth of one's comprehension, grasp of intellect or ability. 6. a measure of length. 7. length by outstretched arms, including the hands to the tip of the longest finger; hence a definite measure of six feet.
 
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|Fathom ||vb||To encircle with extended arms. 2. get to the bottom of, to understand. 3. to ascertain the depth of,l to sound.
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|Fathom ||vb||To encircle with extended arms.
 
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|Fathom ||phr||"Fathom's deep" - deep in many respect. 2. excessively deep.
 
|Fathom ||phr||"Fathom's deep" - deep in many respect. 2. excessively deep.
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|Fathom-lessness ||n||State or condition of being fathomless.
 
|Fathom-lessness ||n||State or condition of being fathomless.
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|Fathom-wood ||n||Waste timber at shipbuilding yard, sold to fathom lots.
 
 
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|Fatless ||adj||Without fat or greasy matter.
 
|Fatless ||adj||Without fat or greasy matter.

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