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Fadaise
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Fadaise: A vapid or meaningless remark a commonplace nonsense.
Faddiness
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Faddiness: Tendency to like or dislike particular things for no apparent reason
Faddishness
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Faddishness: Tendency to like or dislike particular things for no apparent reason
Faddle
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Faddle: To trifle to toy. v. t. To fondle to dandle. [Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
Faddy
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Faddy: Faddish, trendy like a fad greatly fashionable for a short time
Fade
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Fade: To cause to wither to deprive of freshness or vigor to wear away. No winter could his laurels fade. Dryden.
Fade out
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Fade out: Gradual disappearance progressive darkening at the end of a scene in a film or television show
Fadeaway
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Fadeaway: Gradual disappearing act or instance of fading away: (In Baseball) screwball (baseball pitch which spins and breaks in the opposite direction to a curve) (In b
Faded
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Faded: That has lost freshness, color, or brightness grown dim. "His faded cheek." Milton. Where the faded moon Made a dim silver twilight. Keats.
Fadedly
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Fadedly: In a faded manner. A dull room fadedly furnished. Dickens.
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