[far-uh-ney-shuh s] /ˌfær əˈneɪ ʃəs/
consisting or made of flour or meal, as food.
containing or yielding starch, as seeds; starchy.
mealy in appearance or nature.
consisting or made of starch, such as bread, macaroni, and potatoes
having a mealy texture or appearance
containing starch: farinaceous seeds
1640s, from Late Latin farinaceus, from farina (see farina).
farinaceous far·i·na·ceous (fār’ə-nā’shəs)
Made from, rich in, or consisting of starch.
- Far-infrared radiation
[fahr-in-fruh-red] /ˈfɑr ɪn frəˈrɛd/ noun 1. the longer wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation in the infrared region of the spectrum, beyond the red end of the visible spectrum, from 50 to 1000 micrometers. Abbreviation: FIR. far-infrared radiation (fär’ĭn’frə-rěd’) Infrared electromagnetic radiation of very long wavelengths, in the range of 2-50 microns. It is used in medicine […]
[fair] /fɛər/ noun 1. the price of conveyance or passage in a bus, train, airplane, or other vehicle. 2. a person or persons who pay to be conveyed in a vehicle; paying passenger. 3. a person who hires a public vehicle and its driver. 4. food; diet: hearty fare. 5. something offered to the public, […]
[far-uh-nohs] /ˈfær əˌnoʊs/ adjective 1. yielding farina. 2. resembling farina; farinaceous. 3. covered with a mealy powder. /ˈfærɪˌnəʊs; -ˌnəʊz/ adjective 1. similar to or yielding farina 2. (botany) covered with very short hairs resembling a whitish mealy dust
[fahr-kuh l-ber-ee] /ˈfɑr kəlˌbɛr i/ noun, plural farkleberries. 1. a shrub or small tree, Vaccinium arboreum, of the heath family, native to the southern U.S., bearing small, waxy, white flowers and black, many-seeded berries.