F.
F Sharp.
ff.
F.E.R.T.
F. O. B.
F’s.
Fa’ (Scotch).
Fabian Society.
Fabian Soldiers.
Fa’bian Tactics or Policyi.e. delay.
Fabianism.
Fab’ila’s sad Fate.
Fa’bius.
Fables.
Fab’liaux.
Fabricius.
Fabuli’nus.
Fabulous Isles.
Face.
Face to Face.
Faces.
Face.
Faced.
Faced.
Face-card or Faced-card.
Facilë Princeps.
Facings.
Façon de Parler.
Fac’tion.
Fac’tor.
Facto’tum.
Fad (A).
Fada.
Fadda.
Fadge (1 syl.).
Fadge.
Fa’dha (Al).
Fad’ladeen’.
Faërie or Feerie.
Faërie Queene.
Fag.
Fag-end (A).
Fagged Out.
Fa’gin.
Fagot.
Fagot Votes.
Fagots.
Fah’fah.
Fa’ids.
Fai’ence (2 syl.).
Fain’eant.
Faint.
Faint Hearted.
Fair (The).
Fair.
Fair (Sloe).
Fair (Statute).
Fair City.
Fair Game.
Fair Maid (The).
Fair-star.
Fair Trade.
Fair Way.
Fair and Square.
Fair fall you.
Fair Play is a Jewel.
Fairies,
Fairies
Fairing (A).
Fair’limb.
Fairservice (Andrew).
Fairy
Fairy Darts.
Fairy Hillocks.
Fairy Ladies
Fairy Land.
Fairy Loaves or Fairy Stones.
Fairy Money.
Fairy Rings.
Fairy Sparks.
Fairy of the Mine.
Fait Accompli (French).
Faith.
Faithful,
Fakâr (Dhu’l).
Fake (1 syl.).
Fakenham Ghost.
Fakir’ (Indian).
Falcon and Falconet.
Falcon Gentle (A).
Falcon Peregrine or Pel’erin.
Fald-stool.
Faldistory.
Falernian,
Falkland.
Fal-lals.
Fall.
Fall Āway (To).
Fall Flat (To).
Fall Foul.
Fall From (To).
Fall In (To).
Fall Off (To).
Fall Out (To).
Fall Sick (To).
Fall Through (To).
Fall to (To).
Fall Under (To).
Fall Upon (To).
Fall in With (To).
Fall into a Snare (To),
Fall of Man (The).
Fall of the Drop (The),
Fall Out of (To).
Fall Short of (To).
Fall Together by the Ears (To).
Fall Upon One’s Feet (To).
Falling Bands.
Falling Sickness.
Falling Stars
Fallow Land.
False (The Rule of).
False Ceiling.
Fal’staff.
Falutin (High).
Famil’iar.
Famil’iar Spirits.
Familiarity.
Fam’ilists.
Family.
Fan.
Fan-light (A),
Fanat’ic.
Fancy.
Fancy-free.
Fancy Man (A).
Fancy-sick.
Fane’sii.
Fanfar’on.
Fanfar’onade (4 syl.).
Fang.
Fangs.
Fangled.
Fanny Fern.
Fanti’gue (2 syl.).
Fantocci’ni [fanto-che’ny].
Fantom-corn.
Fantom-fellow.
Fantom-flesh.
Far and Away.
Far Cry from.
Far fetched.
Far Gone.
Far Niente (3 syl.).
Farce (1 syl.).
Farceur (The).
Farcy or Farcin (Latin, farcimen, a sausage, any stuffed meat).
Fare,
Fare Well (To).
Fari’na.
Far’ina’ta
Farleu or Farley.
Farm
Farmer George.
Farmers.
Farnese Bull [Far-na’-ze].
Farnese Hercules [Far-na’-ze Hercu-lees].
Faroese (3 syl.).
Farra’go.
Farringdon Ward (London).
Far’thing.
Far’thingale (3 syl.).
Faryndon Inn.
Fascina’tion
Fashion [fash’-un.]
Fashion of Speech (A).
Fast Girl or Young Lady (A)
Fast Man (A)
Fast and Loose (To play).
Fasti.
Fasting.
Fastra’de (2 syl.).
Fat.
Fat Men.
Fat as a Porpoise.
Fata.
Fa’ta Morga’na.
Fatal Gifts.
Fate
Fa’tes (1 syl.).
Fa’ther.
Father Mathew.
Father Neptune.
Father Norbert.
Father Paul.
Father Prout.
Father Thames,
Father Thoughtful.
Father of Waters.
Father of his Country.
Father of the People.
Fathers of the Church.
Fathers of the Greek Church.
Fathers of the Latin Church.
Fath’om (Count).
Fat’ima.
Fatted Calf.
Fat’ua Mu’lier.
Fault.
Fault.
Faults.
Fau’na (2 syl.).
Faust (1 syl.).
Faux-jour (French).
Faux Pas.
Favo’nius.
Fa’vours.
Favourite.
Favourites.
Fay.
Faye (1 syl.).
Faz’io.
Fear Fortress.
Fearless [Sans peur].
Feast of Reason.
Feasts.
Feather.
Feather in Your Cap.
Feather One’s Nest.
Feather One’s Oar (To).
Feather Stone.
Feathers (The).
Feature
February.
Fe’cit (Latin, he did it).
Fec’ula
Fed’eral States.
Fee.
Fee-farm-rent
Fee-penny.
Fee Simple.
Fee-tail (A).
Feeble.
Feed of Corn.
Feet.
Fehm-gericht
Felician (Father).
Felix,
Fe’lixmar’te (4 syl.).
Fell (Dr.).
Fellow Commoner.
Felo de Se.
Feme-covert.
Feme-sole.
Femme de Chambre. (French.)
Fem’ynye (3 syl.).
Fen Nightingale.
Fence Month.
Fenchurch Street (London).
Fencible Regiments.
Fenel’la.
Fe’nians.
Fennel.
Fenrir or Fenris.
Fenton.
Feræ Naturæ.
Fer’amorz.
Fer’dinand.
Ferdinan’do.
Ferdo’si.
Ferguson.
Fern.
Fern Seed.
Fernando Florestan.
Ferney.
Fero’hers.
Fer’racute [sharp iron].
Fer’ragus.
Ferra’ra.
Ferrau (in Orlando Furioso).
Ferrex and Porrex.
Ferumbras.
Fes’cennine Verses.
Fess (Latin, fascia, a band or covering for the thighs).
Fest.
Fetch.
Fetches.
Fet’iche or Fet’ish.
Fetter Lane
Fettle,
Feu de Joie (French).
Feud,
Feudal
Feudal System (The).
Feuillants.
Feuilleton [feu-y-ton].
Fever-lurdan or Fever-lurgan.
Fever-lurk.
Fey.
Fe’zon.
Fi or Fie!
Fi. Fa.
Fiacre.
Fian (John),
Fiars.
Fias’co.
Fiat.
Fib.
Fi’co.
Fiddle (Latin, fidis or fides).
Fiddle About (To).
Fiddle-de-dee!
Fiddle-faddle.
Fiddleback.
Fiddler.
Fiddler’s Fare or Fiddler’s Pay.
Fiddler’s Green.
Fiddler’s Money.
Fiddler’s News.
Fiddlestick.
Fiddlesticks!
Fide’le (3 syl.).
Fide’lio.
Fides.
Fides (2 syl.).
Fides Carbona’rii.
Field. (Anglo-Saxon, feld.)
Field-day.
Field Marshal.
Field Officer.
Field Pieces.
Field Works.
Field of Blood.
Field of Ice.
Field of Vision or Field of View.
Field of the Cloth of Gold.
Field of the Forty Footsteps.
Fielding.
Fierabras (Sir),
Fifteen decisive Battles (The),
Fifth-Monarchy Men.
Fig.
Fig
Fig Sunday.
Fig-tree.
Figs.
Figged out.
Fig’aro.
Fight.
Fight Shy (To).
Fighting-cocks.
Fighting Fifth (The).
Fighting Kings [Chen-kuo].
Fighting Prelate.
Fighting the Tiger.
Fighting with Gloves on.
Figure.
Figure.
Figure-head.
Figure of Fun (A).
Figures.
Filch.
File.
Fi’lia Doloro’sa.
Filibuster.
Filioque Controversy (The)
Fill-dyke.
Fillet.
Filome’na.
Filter.
Fin.
Final’ity John.
Finance (French).
Finch Lane (London).
Find.
Fin’don Haddocks.
Findy.
Fine Arts.
Fine as Fivepence.
Fine-ear.
Fin’etor.
Fingal
Fingal’s Cave.
Finger. (Anglo-Saxon, finger).
Finger and Glove.
Finger in the Pie.
Finger Benediction.
Finger-stall.
Fingers.
Fingers before Forks.
Fingers’ Ends.
Fingered.
Fingle-fangle (A).
Finished to the Finger-nail,
Finny Tribe.
Finsbury (London).
Fion,
Fir-cone
Fir-tree (The).
Fire. (Anglo-Saxon, fyr; Greek, pur.)
Fire.
Fire Away!
Fire First.
Fire-balloon.
Fire-brand.
Fire-drake or Fire-dragon.
Fire-eaters.
Fire-new.
Fire-ship.
Fire Up (To).
Fire Worship
Fire and Sword.
Fire and Water.
Firm as a Rock.
First-class Hard Labour.
First-fruits.
First Water.
First Gentleman of Europe.
First Grenadier of France.
First Stroke is Half the Battle.
Fish.
Fish.
Fish.
Fish-day (A) [jour maigre].
Fish-wife (A).
Fish and Flesh.
Fish-in Troubled Water (To).
Fish it Out (To).
Fish out of Water.
Fisher of Souls (The great).
Fisherman.
Fishing.
Fisk (in Hudibras)
Fitz (Norman).
Fitz-Fulke (Heb).
Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge University).
Five,
Five-minute Clause.
Five Nations (The).
Five Points (The).
Five Wits.
Fiver (A).
Fives.
Fix.
Fixed Air.
Fixed Oils.
Fixed Stars.
Fixt (The).
Flaccus.
Flag. (Danish, flag.)
Flag, Flags.
Flag Lieutenant (A).
Flag-officer.
Flag-ship.
Flag Signals
Flag’s Down (The).
Flag of Distress.
Flagel’lants.
Flam.
Flamberge or Floberge.
Flamboyant Architecture.
Flame.
Flaming.
Fla’ming Swords.
Flamin’ian Way.
Flanders (Moll).
Flanders’ Babies.
Flanders’ Mare (The).
Flaneur (French).
Flap-dragons.
Flare-up.
Flare-up (A).
Flash.
Flash Men and Flash Notes.
Flat.
Flat-fish.
Flat Milk.
Flat Race (A).
Flat Simplicity.
Flatterer.
Flatterers.
Flay a Fox (To).
Flea.
Flea
Flea-bite.
Flea’s Jump.
Fle’ance (2 syl.).
Flèche.
Flecknoe (Richard).
Fledgeby (2 syl.).
Flee the Falcon (To).
Fleeced (1 syl.).
Fleet Book Evidence.
Fleet Marriages.
Fleet Street (London).
Fleet of the Desert.
Flemish Account.
Flemish School.
Flesh and Blood.
Flesh-pots.

 
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