Words That Start With Fa – List and Examples

Looking for words that start with “fa”? Here’s a comprehensive list to expand your vocabulary and boost your language skills.

  1. Fabric – Material, typically produced by weaving or knitting textile fibers.
  2. Face – The front part of a person’s head from the forehead to the chin.
  3. Fact – A thing that is known or proved to be true.
  4. Factor – A circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a result.
  5. Fade – Gradually grow faint and disappear.
  6. Faint – Lacking in strength; feeling weak and close to losing consciousness.
  7. Fair – In accordance with the rules or standards; just or appropriate.
  8. Faith – Complete trust or confidence in someone or something.
  9. Fallout – The adverse results of a situation or action.
  10. Fallow – Plowed but left unsown for a period to restore its fertility.
  11. Fake – A thing that is not genuine; a forgery or sham.
  12. Falcon – A bird of prey with long, pointed wings and a hooked beak.
  13. Fall – Move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control.
  14. Fame – The state of being known by many people.
  15. Family – A group consisting of parents and children living together.
  16. Famous – Known about by many people.
  17. Fan – An apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air.
  18. Fancy – Elaborate in structure or decoration.
  19. Fanfare – A short ceremonial tune or flourish played on brass instruments.
  20. Fantasy – The faculty or activity of imagining things, especially things that are impossible or improbable.
  21. Far – At, to, or by a great distance.
  22. Fare – The money a passenger on public transportation has to pay.
  23. Farm – An area of land and its buildings used for growing crops and rearing animals.
  24. Farmer – A person who owns or manages a farm.
  25. Farther – At, to, or by a greater distance.
  26. Farsi – The modern Persian language, spoken in Iran and Afghanistan.
  27. Fart – Emit gas from the anus.
  28. Fast – Moving or capable of moving at high speed.
  29. Faster – More swiftly; at a higher speed.
  30. Fat – Having a large amount of excess flesh.
  31. Fatal – Leading to failure or disaster.
  32. Fate – The development of events beyond a person’s control.
  33. Father – A man in relation to his child or children.
  34. Fathom – Understand a difficult problem after much thought.
  35. Fatigue – Extreme tiredness.
  36. Fatten – Make or become fat.
  37. Fault – An unattractive or unsatisfactory feature, especially in a piece of work or in a person’s character.
  38. Faucet – A device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or container can be controlled.
  39. Favor – Approval, support, or liking for someone or something.
  40. Favorite – Preferred before all others of the same kind.
  41. Fawn – A young deer.
  42. Façade – The face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space.
  43. Fajita – A dish consisting usually of meat that has been marinated and sautéed.
  44. Falsetto – A method of voice production used by male singers, especially tenors, to sing notes higher than their normal range.
  45. Fallacy – A mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument.
  46. Falsify – Alter information or evidence so as to mislead.
  47. Fame – The state of being known by many people.
  48. Familiar – Well known from long or close association.
  49. Family – A group consisting of parents and children living together in a household.
  50. Famine – Extreme scarcity of food.
  51. Famous – Known about by many people.
  52. Fanatic – A person filled with excessive and single- minded zeal.
  53. Fantasy – The activity of imagining things, especially things that are impossible.
  54. Farce – A comic dramatic work using buffoonery and horseplay.
  55. Fascinate – Draw irresistibly the attention and interest of someone.
  56. Fashion – A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behavior.
  57. Fastidious – Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail.
  58. Fatality – An occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease.
  59. Fathomless – Too deep to be measured.
  60. Fatigues – Loose- fitting clothing, typically khaki, olive drab, or camouflaged.
  61. Fatuous – Silly and pointless.
  62. Faulty – Working badly or unreliably because of imperfections.
  63. Faunal – Relating to the animals of a particular region, habitat, or geological period.
  64. Favorable – Expressing approval.
  65. Favoritism – The practice of giving unfair preferential treatment to one person or group.
  66. Fawn – A light yellowish- brown color.
  67. Fay – A fairy.
  68. Faze – Disturb or disconcert.
  69. Feasible – Possible to do easily or conveniently.
  70. Fealty – A feudal tenant’s vassal sworn loyalty to a lord.
  71. Feather – Any of the flat appendages growing from a bird’s skin.
  72. Feature – A distinctive attribute or aspect of something.
  73. Feeble – Lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or illness.
  74. Feedback – Information about reactions to a product, a person’s performance of a task.
  75. Feign – Pretend to be affected by a feeling, state, or injury.
  76. Feint – A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement.
  77. Felicitous – Well chosen or suited to the circumstances.
  78. Fellow – A man or boy.
  79. Felon – A person who has been convicted of a felony.
  80. Female – Of or denoting the sex that can bear offspring or produce eggs.
  81. Feminine – Having qualities traditionally associated with women.
  82. Fence – A barrier intended to prevent escape or intrusion or to mark a boundary.
  83. Ferment – Undergo fermentation.
  84. Ferocious – Savagely fierce, cruel, or violent.
  85. Fertile – Capable of producing abundant vegetation or offspring.
  86. Fervor – Intense and passionate feeling.
  87. Festival – A day or period of celebration, typically for religious reasons.
  88. Fetch – Go for and then bring back someone or something.
  89. Fetish – An inanimate object worshipped for its supposed magical powers.
  90. Feud – A prolonged and bitter quarrel or dispute.
  91. Fever – An abnormally high body temperature.
  92. Fiasco – A complete failure, especially a ludicrous or humiliating one.
  93. Fickle – Changing frequently, especially regarding one’s loyalties or affections.
  94. Fiction – Literature in the form of prose, especially novels.
  95. Fiddle – A violin, especially when used to play folk music.
  96. Fidelity – Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief.
  97. Fiery – Consisting of fire or burning strongly and brightly.
  98. Fifth – Constituting number five in a sequence; 5th.
  99. Figment – A thing that someone believes to be real but that exists only in their imagination.
  100. Final – Coming at the end of a series.

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