#EngVocab: Adjectives Start With an F

Hello, fellas! How was your day? Hopefully, it was going well, because mine was going really well.
I just watched a movie called Fantastic Four and wondered why they are called “Fantastic Four” when there are other adjectives start with an “F”.

Here are some of them:
1) Fallacious (adj) means based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information. Ex: fallacious hope.
2) Faithful (adj) means true to one’s word, promises, vows, etc. Ex: That man always keeps his promise. He’s faithful.
3) Fallow (adj) means left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season. Ex: fallow farmland.
4) Favourable (adj) means advantageous, encouraging, promising. Ex: a favourable reply.
5) Frightful (adj) means very alarming, distressing, or horrifying. Ex: The storm did frightful damage.
6) Foster (adj) means to promote the growth or development of; further; encourage. Ex: to foster a new idea.
7) Flawless (adj) means having no defects or faults. Ex: A flawless performance by Beyonce.
8) Fiery (adj) means easily angered or provoked. Ex: a fiery temper.
9) Filthy (adj) means disgustingly dirty. Ex: The water in Jakarta’s rivers is filthy.
10) Futile (adj) means unsuccessful, useless, ineffective. Ex: The attempt to feed the sick dog is futile.

I believe there are more adjectives that start with an “F”. Start using them to get used to them!

Compiled for @EnglishTips4U on Wednesday, 19 Aug, 2015.

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