Extraordinary Adjectives that Start with F with Example Sentences

The following lesson provides the list of adjectives that start with F in English with example sentences. This list is an excellent starting point for building up vocabulary to converse fluently in English.

Adjectives that Start with F

List of Adjectives Beginning with Letter F

  • fusiform
  • fusible
  • fused
  • fungous
  • fungoid
  • furrowed
  • furthest
  • furred
  • furnished
  • furlike
  • fuscous
  • frosted
  • frontal
  • front
  • frolicsome
  • furtive
  • frugal
  • frustrated
  • frumpy
  • frumpish
  • fruity
  • furthermost
  • further
  • furry
  • funereal
  • funerary
  • funded
  • fugitive
  • functioning
  • fumbling
  • fulgid
  • fulgent
  • fulfilled
  • frostbitten
  • fruiting
  • frustrating
  • fungicidal
  • fungible
  • fungal
  • functional
  • fun
  • fumed
  • fruitless
  • fulsome
  • fulminant
  • full
  • fulgurous
  • fulgurating
  • fulgurant
  • frothing
  • frosty
  • fuzzy
  • friendless
  • frozen
  • fugacious
  • fueled
  • frowning
  • fruitful
  • fuggy
  • fugal
  • fundamental
  • fruticose
  • frothy
  • fringy
  • fringed
  • freshman
  • fresh
  • fried
  • frisky
  • fretted
  • fretful
  • frowzled
  • frilly
  • fossilized
  • free
  • freckled
  • fraudulent
  • fourth
  • frizzy
  • friendly
  • frowsy
  • fortuitous
  • frivolous
  • fortissimo
  • frilled
  • frigorific
  • frenzied
  • fraught
  • fragmented
  • frenetic
  • fraternal
  • frigid
  • frightful
  • frightening
  • frightened
  • fortnightly
  • frictionless
  • frictional
  • futuristic
  • frizzly
  • forty
  • fortunate
  • fuddled
  • frowzy
  • futurist
  • futureless
  • future
  • futile
  • frail
  • frequent
  • frantic
  • frankish
  • furled
  • funky
  • funicular
  • fossiliferous
  • fossil
  • freeborn
  • fortified
  • fuzzed
  • fragmental
  • fragile
  • frank
  • frangible
  • framed
  • fourteen
  • fractional
  • fussy
  • foursquare
  • furious
  • funny
  • fusty
  • fossorial
  • forgiving
  • freelance
  • freehearted
  • fragrant
  • fragmentary
  • fricative
  • friable
  • freewill
  • frayed
  • foul
  • foster
  • forgivable
  • fortieth
  • forficate
  • forfeited
  • freaky
  • freehand
  • foxy
  • forgotten
  • freakish
  • fourscore
  • fourpenny
  • fourhanded
  • fourteenth
  • formed
  • formative
  • foresighted
  • formulaic
  • foregoing
  • fore
  • formalized
  • formalistic
  • fractious
  • fourfold
  • four
  • found
  • forgetful
  • fogyish
  • forcible
  • foliate
  • foliaged
  • folding
  • forceless
  • forceful
  • forced
  • forbidding
  • footsore
  • flossy
  • former
  • formal
  • forged
  • forward
  • forthright
  • forthcoming
  • forte
  • foremost
  • formless
  • formidable
  • fouled
  • fordable
  • forcipate
  • formic
  • foreign
  • forgettable
  • foreboding
  • footloose
  • foldaway
  • foldable
  • foggy
  • forehanded
  • forehand
  • foregone
  • forensic
  • fogged
  • footed
  • foiled
  • forlorn
  • flyaway
  • fly
  • forfeit
  • forested
  • forbidden
  • flying
  • flyblown
  • florid
  • floral
  • flighty
  • flippant
  • flip
  • fissiparous
  • flightless
  • fooling
  • foolhardy
  • forked
  • focused
  • following
  • flyspeck
  • foliaceous
  • footling
  • footless
  • flustered
  • fluid
  • fluffy
  • fleecy
  • fledgling
  • follicular
  • folksy
  • foliose
  • focal
  • foamy
  • foaming
  • flexile
  • fluvial
  • flat
  • foodless
  • fond
  • foliated
  • forbearing
  • foppish
  • floppy
  • floored
  • floodlit
  • foolproof
  • foolish
  • fogbound
  • floodlighted
  • flavorsome
  • fitted
  • fitful
  • flowery
  • flirtatious
  • flooded
  • flocculent
  • flimsy
  • fistulous
  • floating
  • fluent
  • flexible
  • fleshy
  • flint
  • floccose
  • floaty
  • flaming
  • filarial
  • flickering
  • flexuous
  • flowering
  • flowered
  • flashy
  • flash
  • flaring
  • flammable
  • fit
  • fluky
  • fifth
  • fireproof
  • fired
  • fleeting
  • flighted
  • flushed
  • flush
  • fluorescent
  • flinty
  • flamboyant
  • fizzing
  • flatfooted
  • fleshly
  • flagging
  • flattering
  • fiscal
  • flameproof
  • flagrant
  • first
  • firmamental
  • firsthand
  • firstborn
  • floury
  • fiftieth
  • finite
  • figural
  • fighting
  • fleet
  • fixed
  • flatulent
  • firm
  • fifteenth
  • finical
  • fingerlike
  • fingerless
  • fingered
  • fizzy
  • fifteen
  • flecked
  • filamentous
  • fivefold
  • figurative
  • finished
  • figured
  • fictional
  • fictile
  • fickle
  • fibrous
  • fifty
  • flaky
  • flaccid
  • fitter
  • fissionable
  • fledged
  • five
  • flaxen
  • flawless
  • filamentlike
  • fibrillose
  • filial
  • filariid
  • finer
  • filmable
  • flavorful
  • finable
  • fimbriate
  • financial
  • final
  • fernlike
  • filled
  • filmed
  • fetching
  • fetal
  • fiery
  • fierce
  • fictive
  • fernless
  • fisheye
  • fearsome
  • fewer
  • flaunty
  • fineable
  • fine
  • filmy
  • fissile
  • fishy
  • fencelike
  • flattened
  • filthy
  • fictitious
  • filiform
  • fey
  • fewest
  • festive
  • festal
  • fidgety
  • few
  • fiddling
  • ferocious
  • fetid
  • fiberoptic
  • feminine
  • female
  • fervent
  • fertilizable
  • feasible
  • feral
  • ferine
  • feverous
  • feverish
  • fiducial
  • feudatory
  • fevered
  • fervid
  • ferrous
  • ferric
  • featureless
  • fated
  • fatalistic
  • feudalistic
  • feudal
  • fettered
  • felted
  • felonious
  • fell
  • feline
  • feeble
  • federated
  • faux
  • fiendish
  • ferny
  • fertile
  • fermentable
  • ferial
  • fiduciary
  • fathomable
  • fatherly
  • fateful
  • fearful
  • famished
  • familiar
  • facetious
  • faceted
  • faceless
  • fazed
  • fawning
  • felicitous
  • favorite
  • favored
  • feisty
  • feigned
  • federal
  • fattish
  • femoral
  • factitious
  • factious
  • fanatical
  • faineant
  • fashionable
  • feminist
  • federate
  • fearless
  • fatless
  • fatigued
  • fattening
  • farming
  • fatalist
  • fat
  • fastigiate
  • favorable
  • faithless
  • fake
  • faulty
  • faucal
  • far
  • fascinating
  • fascinated
  • farthest
  • fantastical
  • fantastic
  • fantabulous
  • fanned
  • fab
  • fattened
  • fecal
  • farcical
  • faraway
  • febrile
  • fabulous
  • feculent
  • feckless
  • fatuous
  • fatty
  • fastened
  • farseeing
  • fanatic
  • famous
  • farther
  • farsighted
  • facial
  • fanged
  • fancy
  • fanciful
  • fascistic
  • faded
  • faint
  • falsifiable
  • falsetto
  • fallow
  • faddish
  • facultative
  • factual
  • factorial
  • facile
  • fancied
  • fanlike
  • featherless
  • feathered
  • familial
  • famed
  • fallen
  • farthermost
  • faddy
  • failing
  • falling
  • fallible
  • faltering
  • facilitative
  • fagged
  • fast
  • fallacious
  • falconine
  • falciform
  • fain
  • featured
  • feathery
  • fashioned
  • fairish
  • fair
  • fainthearted

Example Sentences

fusiform

  • The part of the brain is called the fusiform region.

fusible

  • The fusible alloy will prevent the disk from rupture if it remains in place.

fused

  • All the lights in the classrooms have fused.

fungous

  • The bine is comprised by cerebral cortex, xylem and fungous marrow.

fungoid

  • It is suitable for barbecue, beef and mutton and fungoid.

furrowed

  • He stared at the visitors beneath a furrowed brow.

furthest

  • There was a huge tapestry on the furthest wall.

furred

  • The kettle was furred up.

furnished

  • They furnished their house with red carpets.

fuscous

  • Oh no! I mean fuscous jacket I’m wearing, Your Royal Highness.

frosted

  • The cold has frosted the windows.

frontal

  • The enemy made a frontal attack on our troops.

front

  • The regiment was ordered to the front.

frolicsome

  • The frolicsome tempest baffled all its efforts.

furtive

  • The look in his eyes became furtive.

frugal

  • She lived a careful and frugal life.

frustrated

  • He frustrated his enemies in their plans.

frumpy

  • I felt fat and frumpy.

frumpish

  • Our Mary looked very frumpish.

fruity

The wine has a lively fruity flavour.

furthermost

  • In the furthermost corner sat a tall thin man.

further

  • We travelled further inland the next day.

furry

  • The moss was soft and furry to the touch.

funereal

  • He addressed the group in funereal tones.

funerary

  • I hate going to funerary.

funded

  • The work is funded by the government.

fugitive

  • The fugitive had spent five weeks in hiding.

functioning

  • The elevator was not functioning.

fumbling

  • I was fumbling for the right word.

fulfilled

  • He has fulfilled the orders that I gave him.

fruiting

  • The apple trees are fruiting early this year.

frustrating

  • I found the delays intensely frustrating.

fungicidal

  • This mixed product has a strong fungicidal action.

fungible

  • The industry’s heavyweights, too, are working to make computing more fungible.

fungal

  • This is a fungal infection of the brain.

functional

  • The furniture is not fancy, just functional.

fun

  • We had a lot of fun at Sarah’s party.

fumed

  • The smouldering wreck fumed for days.

fruitless

  • It was a fruitless search.

fulsome

  • I was disgusted by her fulsome flattery.

fulminant

  • The clinical course is fatally fulminant with diffuse invasion and early metastasis.

full

  • I’m sorry. We are quite full tonight.

fulgurous

  • My heart shakes consumingly when I saw the word with fulgurous visitor.

frothing

  • The dog was frothing at the mouth.

frosty

  • The air had a frosty bite.

fuzzy

  • The screen suddenly went fuzzy.

friendless

  • He died alone and friendless.

frozen

  • I felt frozen to the marrow.

fugacious

  • The fugacious past destined to be my single vermilion mark.

fueled

  • The economic boom was fueled by easy credit.

frowning

  • He sat frowning over a crossword puzzle.

fruitful

  • We had a long, happy, fruitful relationship.

fuggy

  • In fuggy summer, the wind from the worn proof brings a bit of cool here.

fugal

  • You can call it a scar reminding me of the recovery of a particularly bad fugal infection.

fundamental

  • The legislation has a fundamental weakness.

fruticose

  • The present invention is the application of plant fruticose breynia juvenile extract with mosquito repelling effect in preparing mosquito repelling products.

frothy

  • Beat the mixture until it becomes frothy.

fringy

  • His hat sits high on his forehead to allow his fringy bangs to show and the bottom of his ears also.

fringed

  • The bridal veil was fringed with lace.

freshman

  • He’s a freshman at Harvard.

fresh

  • She gave fresh momentum to the campaign.

fried

  • She fried the eggs in a frying pan.

frisky

  • I feel quite frisky this morning.

fretted

  • The chain has fretted into the wood and damaged it.

fretful

  • The child was tired and fretful.

frilly

  • I’ve always wanted to be a frilly bloomer!

fossilized

  • The remains gradually fossilized.

free

  • You are free to do what you like.

freckled

  • Her face was freckled all over.

fraudulent

  • He got the job of science teacher by fraudulent means.

fourth

  • It’s his fourth season as an Arsenal defender.

frizzy

  • Some people have naturally frizzy hair.

friendly

  • He nodded to me in a friendly way.

fortuitous

  • The timing of the meeting is certainly fortuitous.

frivolous

  • I think he sees her as a frivolous young woman.

fortissimo

  • The body is used to play fortissimo through the shoulders, as discussed above.

frilled

  • The thought of frilled him with fear.

frenzied

  • She was murdered in a frenzied knife attack.

fraught

  • There’s no need to look so fraught!

fragmented

  • The clouds fragmented and out came the sun.

frenetic

  • It generated much excitement and frenetic activity.

fraternal

  • Shall we apply to fraternal factories for help?

frigid

  • The guard looked at us with a frigid stare.

frightful

  • He made a frightful mess in the kitchen.

frightening

  • The situation was getting quite frightening.

frightened

  • The alarm frightened the thief away.

fortnightly

  • The group meets fortnightly on Tuesdays.

frictionless

  • There is a frictionless hinge at C.

frictional

  • It is the rate of frictional and structural unemployment.

futuristic

  • The futuristic sports stadium is the pride of the city.

forty

  • It was forty five minutes before she returned.

fortunate

  • She is fortunate in having such a kind husband.

fuddled

  • She forced her weary fuddled brain to work.

frowzy

  • I also think it will match your frowzy room.

futurist

  • He is a futurist philosopher and neo con activist.

future

  • He is optimistic about the future.

futile

  • It would be futile to protest.

frail

  • His frail hands could hardly hold a cup.

frequent

  • You are a frequent visitor at my house.

frantic

  • They worked with frantic haste.

furled

  • He held a furled umbrella in one hand.

funky

  • It’s a funky sort of rhythm.

funicular

  • I know how the funicular is operating.

fossiliferous

  • The sediments are characteristically very fossiliferous.

fossil

  • This fossil may be over 2 million years old.

freeborn

  • They’re for freeborn Volantenes with enough property to vote. Precious few voters west of the river.

fortified

  • They fortified the area against attack.

fuzzed

  • He fuzzed up the plot line with a lot of emotional nonsense.

fragmental

  • Nothing could be solved through fragmental ideas.

fragile

  • The thin glass is fragile.

frank

  • I’ll be frank with you.

frangible

  • These devices take the form of frangible disks or pressure relief valves.

framed

  • I keep meaning to get that photo framed.

fourteen

  • He used to work fourteen hours a day.

fractional

  • There was a fractional hesitation before he said yes.

fussy

  • She is not fussy about her food.

furious

  • I was furious when he crashed my car.

funny

  • It’s funny how people always remember him.

fusty

  • This blanket smells a bit fusty.

forgiving

  • She has a gentle forgiving nature.

freelance

  • He’s been freelance for several years.

fragrant

  • She perfumed her bath with fragrant oils.

fragmentary

  • His knowledge of the subject is fragmentary.

fricative

  • Notice that of the plosives and fricatives there is one voiceless set and one voiced set.

friable

  • The soil was dark and friable between her fingers.

freewill

  • The silver and gold are a freewill offering to the LORD, the God of your fathers.

frayed

  • He had frayed the bottom of his jeans.

foul

  • The foul smell made her gag.

foster

  • The bishop helped foster the sense of a community embracing all classes.

forgivable

  • It was an easily forgivable mistake.

fortieth

  • This city is close to the fortieth parallel of north latitude.

forfeited

  • These people have forfeited the right to live in society.

freaky

  • The movie was kind of freaky.

freehand

  • It was a freehand sketch.

foxy

  • He had wary, foxy eyes.

forgotten

  • I’ve forgotten my umbrella – what a nuisance!

freakish

  • Flossing is no longer freakish.

fourscore

  • The men of Bethlehem and Netophah, an hundred fourscore and eight.

fourpenny

  • I’ll give you a fourpenny one if you do not behave better.

fourteenth

  • Let’s have dinner on the fourteenth.

formed

  • We have formed a football team.

formative

  • The most formative period of life is childhood.

foresighted

  • General should be resolved and foresighted.

formulaic

  • The text was dull and formulaic.

foregoing

  • The foregoing examples illustrate this point.

fore

  • The crew lashed down the cargo on the fore deck.

formalized

  • The other crucial part is formalized child care.

formalistic

  • It is formalistic and impracticable to require that everyone read such works.

fractious

  • I muttered like a fractious housewife.

fourfold

  • The value of the house has increased fourfold.

forgetful

  • I’ve been forgetful lately.

fogyish

  • In the old days, people were fogyish, the new age people are very fashionable.

forcible

  • There was no indication of forcible entry.

foliate

  • It is supported on octagonal ribbed piers with tiny foliated capitals.

folding

  • She began folding up her embroidery.

forceful

  • He gained a reputation as a forceful member of the party.

forced

  • We were forced urgently to redeploy our forces.

forbidding

  • He had a rather forbidding, saturnine manner.

footsore

  • It was hot and I was footsore.

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