12-letter words starting with fe

  • fearlessness — without fear; bold or brave; intrepid.
  • fearsomeness — causing fear: a fearsome noise.
  • feather palm — any palm having large pinnate or bipinnate leaves, as the date palm or royal palm.
  • feather shot — fine bean shot.
  • feather star — a free-swimming crinoid.
  • featherbacks — Plural form of featherback.
  • featherbrain — a foolish or giddy person; scatterbrain.
  • featherheads — Plural form of featherhead.
  • featheriness — The state or quality of being feathery.
  • featherlight — extremely light; light as a feather.
  • feature film — full-length movie
  • featurectomy — /fee"ch*r-ek"t*-mee/ The act of removing a feature from a program. Featurectomies come in two flavours, the "righteous" and the "reluctant". Righteous featurectomies are performed because the remover believes the program would be more elegant without the feature, or there is already an equivalent and better way to achieve the same end. (Doing so is not quite the same thing as removing a misfeature.) Reluctant featurectomies are performed to satisfy some external constraint such as code size or execution speed.
  • febrifacient — producing fever.
  • fecklessness — The state of being feckless.
  • fed to death — bored or annoyed
  • federal case — a matter that falls within the jurisdiction of a federal court or a federal law-enforcement agency.
  • federalistic — an advocate of federalism.
  • federalizing — Present participle of federalize.
  • federatively — from a federative point of view
  • feebleminded — lacking the normal mental powers.
  • feed-forward — A multi-layer perceptron network in which the outputs from all neurons (see McCulloch-Pitts) go to following but not preceding layers, so there are no feedback loops.
  • feeding time — the regular time at which babies or animals are fed
  • feeding tube — nasogastric tubing
  • feel cheated — If you feel cheated, you feel that you have been let down or treated unfairly.
  • feel no pain — physical suffering or distress, as due to injury, illness, etc.
  • feel oneself — to perceive or examine by touch.
  • feeler gauge — a person or thing that feels.
  • feet of clay — a weakness or hidden flaw in the character of a greatly admired or respected person: He was disillusioned to find that even Lincoln had feet of clay.
  • feldspathoid — Also, feldspathoidal. of or relating to a group of minerals similar in chemical composition to certain feldspars except for a lower silica content.
  • feldspathose — (mineralogy) Containing feldspar.
  • felicitating — to compliment upon a happy event; congratulate.
  • felicitation — an expression of good wishes; congratulation.
  • felicitously — In a felicitous manner.
  • fell-walking — the sport of hiking over fells
  • felliniesque — referring to or reminiscent of the films of Federico Fellini
  • fellow being — if you refer to someone as a fellow being, you are emphasizing that you and they are human beings and have things in common
  • fellowshiped — Simple past tense and past participle of fellowship.
  • felt-tip pen — a pen that holds quick-drying ink conveyed to a writing surface by means of a felt nib.
  • female rhyme — feminine rhyme.
  • feminineness — The state or condition of being feminine.
  • femininities — Plural form of femininity.
  • feminisation — Alternative spelling of feminization.
  • feminization — The act of feminizing, or the state of being feminized.
  • femme fatale — an irresistibly attractive woman, especially one who leads men into difficult, dangerous, or disastrous situations; siren.
  • fence lizard — either of two spiny lizards, Sceloporus undulatus and S. occidentalis, of the U.S. and northern Mexico, often seen on fences.
  • fence-sitter — a person who remains neutral or undecided in a controversy.
  • fencing wire — a heavy-gauge galvanized wire used for farm fences
  • fenestration — the design and disposition of windows and other exterior openings of a building.
  • fenfluramine — a sympathomimetic substance, C 12 H 16 F 3 N, formerly used mainly as an anorectic in the treatment of obesity but withdrawn from the market in 1997 because of its potential to cause valvular heart disease.
  • fenian cycle — the cycle of legends describing and glorifying the bravery, battles, and wandering life of the Irish Fenians, especially under the leadership of Finn.

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