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Figurate: Of a definite form or figure. Plants are all figurate and determinate, which inanimate bodies are not. Bacon. Figurative metaphorical. [Obs.] Bale. (Mus.) Flori
Flexure: The act of flexing or bending a turning or curving flexion hence, obsequious bowing or bending. Will it give place to flexure and low bending Shak. A turn 6. a b
Fluent: A current of water a stream. [Obs.] Etym: [Cf. F. fluente.] (Math.) A variable quantity, considered as increasing or diminishing - - called, in the modern calculu
Fluxion: The act of flowing. Cotgrave. The matter that flows. Wiseman. Fusion the running of metals into a fluid state. (Med.) An unnatural or excessive flow of blood or
Form letter
Form letter: Letter which is prepared with a uniform formula and is intended to be distributed to a group of people
Formula: A prescribed or set form an established rule a fixed or conventional method in which anything is to be done, arranged, or said. (Eccl.) A written confession of f
Formula bar
Formula bar: Area where the contents of every cell is typed in an electronic spreadsheet
Formula One
Formula One: Grand Prix racing, type of international car race
From: Out of the neighborhood of lessening or losing proximity to leaving behind by reason of out of 6. by aid of 7. used whenever departure, setting out, commencement o
Function: Duty, role use, purpose festive event, social occasion formal gathering, formal meeting mathematical function, quantity dependent on other quantities for its v
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