a. faulty reasoning; an error in logic. b. a false or mistaken notion

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fallacy

(n) a unit of length roughly equal to six feet and used primarily in teh measurement of marine depths. (v) to get to the bottom of; to understand

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fathom

unconsciously foolish, stupid, or absurd

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fatuous

possible; both doable and workable

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feasible

to pretend or give a false appearance of

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feign

agreeably suited to the purpose or occasion; aptly or gracefully expressed

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felicitous

a. an object belied among primitive peoples ot have magical powers. b. an object of unreasonably excessive attention or reverence

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fetish

a complete and ridiculous failure

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fiasco

likely to change for no apparent reason; inconstant

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fickle

to steal slyly; especially small things

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filch