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Feaster
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Feaster: One who fares deliciously. One who entertains magnificently. Johnson.
Felicitate
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Felicitate: To make very happy to delight. What a glorius entertainment and pleasure would fill and felicitate his spirit. I. Watts. To express joy or pleasure to to wish
Festeye
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Festeye: To feast to entertain. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Festivity
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Festivity: The condition of being festive social joy or exhilaration of spirits at an entertaintment joyfulness gayety. The unrestrained festivity of the rustic youth. Bp
Flight simulator
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Flight simulator: Device which imitates the actions and motions of a plane in flight (used for teaching purposes or entertainment)
Fodientia
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Fodientia: Sq. root8] See Fiend, and cf. Feud a quarrel. One who entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another an enemy. A mans foes shall be th
Forgetful
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Forgetful: Apt to forget easily losing remembrance as, a forgetful man should use helps to strengthen his memory. Heedless careless 6. neglectful 7. inattentive. Be not f
Gallivanter
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Gallivanter: Wanderer, one who roams one who looks for entertainment
Game show
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Game show: Entertainment show on television in which contestants play games and win prizes
Gave a performance
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Gave a performance: Provided a show, performed, provided entertainment, made an appearance
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