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Facture
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Facture: The act or manner of making or doing anything now used of a literary, musical, or pictorial production. Bacon. (Com.) An invoice or bill of parcels.
Faculae
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Faculae: Groups of small shining spots on the surface of the sun which are brighter than the other parts of the photosphere. They are generally seen in the neighborhood o
Facular
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Facular: Of or pertaining to the facul?. R. A. Proctor.
Facultative
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Facultative: Having relation to the grant or exercise faculty, or authority, privilege, license, or the like hence, optional as, facultative enactments, or those which co
Faculty
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Faculty: Ability to act or perform, whether inborn or cultivated capacity for any natural function especially, an original mental power or capacity for any of the well-kn
Faculty adviser
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Faculty adviser: Member of a faculty of a college or university who gives academic advice to students
Faculty of agriculture
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Faculty of agriculture: Section in a university which deals with degrees regarding farming and working the land
Facundious
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Facundious: Eloquement full of words. [Archaic]
Facundity
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Facundity: Eloquence readiness of speech. [Archaic]
Fad
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Fad: A hobby freak whim. Fad"dist, n. It is your favorite fad to draw plans. G. Eliot.
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