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flowery
adjective Date: 14th century 1. of, relating to, or resembling flowers 2. marked by or given to rhetorical elegance • flowerily adverb • floweriness noun
flowingly
adverb see flow I
flowmeter
noun Date: 1915 an instrument for measuring one or more properties (as velocity or pressure) of a flow (as of a liquid in a pipe)
flown
I. past participle of fly II. adjective Etymology: archaic past participle of 1flow Date: 1626 filled to excess
flowstone
noun Date: 1925 calcite deposited by a thin sheet of flowing water usually along the walls or floor of a cave
FLSA
abbreviation Fair Labor Standards Act
flu
noun Etymology: by shortening Date: 1839 1. influenza 2. any of several virus diseases marked especially by respiratory or intestinal symptoms • flu-like adjective
flu-like
adjective see flu
flub
I. verb (flubbed; flubbing) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1904 transitive verb to make a mess of ; botch intransitive verb blunder II. noun Date: 1900 an act or ...
flubdub
noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1888 bunkum, balderdash
fluconazole
noun Etymology: fluor- + -conazole (as in miconazole) Date: 1985 an antifungal agent C13H12F2N6O used orally to treat cryptococcal meningitis and local or systemic candida ...
fluctuant
adjective Date: 1560 1. moving in waves 2. variable, unstable 3. being movable and compressible
fluctuat nec mergitur
foreign term Etymology: Latin it is tossed by the waves but does not sink — motto of Paris
fluctuate
verb (-ated; -ating) Etymology: Latin fluctuatus, past participle of fluctuare, from fluctus flow, wave, from fluere — more at fluid Date: 1634 intransitive verb 1. to ...
fluctuation
noun see fluctuate
fluctuational
adjective see fluctuate
flue
noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1582 an enclosed passageway for directing a current: as a. a channel in a chimney for conveying flame and smoke to the outer air b. ...
flue pipe
noun Date: 1852 an organ pipe whose tone is produced by an air current striking the lip and causing the air within to vibrate — compare reed pipe
flue stop
noun Date: 1855 an organ stop made up of flue pipes
flue-cured
adjective Date: 1905 cured with heat transmitted through a flue without exposure to smoke or fumes
fluegelhorn
noun see flügelhorn
fluency
noun Date: 1636 the quality or state of being fluent
fluent
adjective Etymology: Latin fluent-, fluens, present participle of fluere — more at fluid Date: 1585 1. a. capable of flowing ; fluid b. capable of moving with ease ...
fluently
adverb see fluent
fluff
I. noun Etymology: perhaps blend of flue (fluff) and puff Date: 1790 1. down VII,1 2. something fluffy 3. something inconsequential 4. blunder; especially an actor's ...
fluffily
adverb see fluffy
fluffiness
noun see fluffy
fluffy
adjective (fluffier; -est) Date: circa 1825 1. a. covered with or resembling fluff b. being light and soft or airy ; puffed up 2. lacking in meaning or substance ; ...
flügelhorn
or fluegelhorn noun Etymology: German, from Flügel wing, flank + Horn horn; from its use to signal the flanking drivers in a battue Date: 1854 a valved brass instrument ...

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