Faineant: indolent; idle and ineffectual; an irresponsible idler.
Fair: treating people equally without favoritism or discrimination.
Faithful: firm and not changing in your friendship with or support for a person or an organization, or your belief in your principles.
False: not real, but made to look or seem real, lacking sincerity or naturalness.
Fanatical: filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.
Fancy: to be sexually attracted to someone; elaborate in structure or decoration.
Fantastic: strange and imaginary, or not reasonable; a fantastic amount is very large.
Fascinated: strongly attracted and interested.
Fascinating: extremely interesting; of great interest or attraction, enchanting and captivating.
Fastidious: very attentive and concerned about detail and accuracy, giving too much attention to small details and wanting everything to be correct and perfect.
Fatigued: tired; wearied.
Faultless: perfect and without any mistakes.
Fearful: feeling or showing anxiety and fear; frightened or worried about something.
Fearless: not afraid of anything; if you say that someone is fearless, you mean that they are not afraid at all, and you admire them for this.
Fearsome: frightening, especially in appearance; fearsome is used to describe things that are frightening, for example, because of their large size or extreme nature.
Felicitous: well-chosen or suited to the circumstances. If you describe a remark or ideas as felicitous, you approve of it because it seems particularly suitable in the circumstances.
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Fell: evil or cruel; relating to fells (hills).
Ferocious: frightening and violent; savagely fierce.
Fervent: having or displaying a passionate intensity; used to describe beliefs that are firmly and sincerely felt or people who have strong and sincere opinions.
Fervid: intensely enthusiastic or passionate, especially to an excessive degree.
Festal: relating to or characteristic of a celebration or festival.
Festive: relating to a festival, especially Christmas; having or producing happy and enjoyable feelings suitable for a festival or other special occasion.
Fetching: a fetching person or piece of clothing is attractive.
Fiendish: creative and difficult, sometimes in a wrong way; evil and cruel.
Fierce: having or displaying an intense, ferocious aggressiveness.
Fiery: consisting of fire or burning strongly and brightly.
Fine: of very high quality; very good and of its kind; healthy and well.
Finical: another word for finicky.
Finicky: if you sat someone is finicky, you mean that they are worried about small details and are difficult to please.
Fizzy: (of a drink) containing bubbles of gas; effervescent.
Flashy: looking too bright, significant, and expensive in a way that is intended to get attention and admiration.
Flawless: without any imperfections or defects; perfect.
Flirtatious: behaving in such a way as to suggest playful sexual attraction to someone.
Flourishing: developing rapidly and successfully, thriving.
Flushed: (of a person’s skin) red and hot, typically due to illness or strong emotion; (of a person) excited or elated by something.
Flustered: upset and confused.
Foiled: ornamented with foils, like a gable, balustrade, or spandrel.
Fond: having affection or liking for; to like someone or something very much.
Foolhardy: brave in a silly way, taking unnecessary risks; if you describe behavior as foolhardy, you disapprove of it because it is precarious.
Fooling: the act of one who fools.
Foolish: lacking a good sense of judgment; unwise; lacking forethought or caution.
Forceful: strong and assertive; vigorous and powerful; demanding attention or action.
Forgiving: ready and willing to forgive, allowing room for error or weakness.
Formidable: inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable.
Forthcoming: about to happen; friendly and helpful, willing to give information or to talk.
Fortunate: favored by or involving good luck; lucky.
Foul: offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste.
Foxy: if you describe someone as foxy, you mean that they are deceitful in a clever and secretive way.
Fractious: (typically of children) irritable and quarrelsome; easily annoyed or upset and often complaining.
Frank: open, honest, and direct in speech or writing, especially when dealing with unpalatable matters.
Frantic: distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion; almost out of control because of extreme feelings such as worry.
Free: able to act or be done as one wishes, not under the control of another.
Freehanded: generous, especially with money; done without mechanical aids or devices.
Freewheeling: characterized by a disregard for rules or conventions; unconstrained or uninhibited.
Fresh: (of food) recently made or obtained; not tinned, frozen, or otherwise preserved.
Fretful: feeling or expressing distress or irritation.
Friendly: denoting something that is adapted for or is not harmful to a specified thing; kind and pleasant.
Frightened: feeling fear or worry; thrown into a fright.
Frightening: making someone afraid or anxious; terrifying.
Frightful: very unpleasant, shocking, or serious; used to emphasize what you are saying, especially how wrong something is.
Frowsy: scruffy and neglected in appearance; not attractive and fashionable.
Frustrated: feeling or expressing distress and annoyance resulting from an inability to change or achieve something.
Frustrating: feeling or expressing distress and annoyance resulting from an inability to change or achieve something.
Fulfilled: satisfied or happy because of fully developing one’s abilities or character.
Funky: (of music) having or using a strong dance rhythm, particularly funk.
Funny: causing laughter and amusement; strange, surprising, or difficult to understand and explain.
Furious: extremely angry, using a lot of effort or strength.
Fuscous: of any of several colors averaging a brownish gray.
Fussy: fastidious about one’s needs or requirements; hard to please; having very high standards about particular things.
Fabulous: if you describe something as fabulous, you are emphasizing that you like it a lot of think that it is very good.
Fantabulous: extremely fine or desirable; wonderful, excellent.
Farcical: relating to or resembling farce, especially because of absurd or ridiculous aspects; unreasonable often in a humorous way.
Fat: (of a person or animal) having a large amount of excess flesh; thick or large.
Feminine: having qualities or an appearance traditionally associated with women, especially delicacy and prettiness.
Few: used in expressions like “quite a few” to mean “quite a large number.”
Filthy: extremely dirty and disgusting; containing sexually offensive words or pictures.