[foil, fahyl] /fɔɪl, faɪl/
a political party in Ireland, organized in 1927 by Eamon De Valera, that was one of the leading parties in the establishment of the Irish republic.
one of the major Irish political parties, founded by de Valera in 1926 as a republican party
[fee-as-koh or especially for 2, -ah-skoh] /fiˈæs koʊ or especially for 2, -ˈɑ skoʊ/ noun, plural fiascos, fiascoes. 1. a complete and ignominious failure. 2. a round-bottomed glass flask for wine, especially Chianti, fitted with a woven, protective raffia basket that also enables the bottle to stand upright. /fɪˈæskəʊ/ noun (pl) -cos, -coes 1. a […]
[fee-aht, -at; fahy-uh t, -at] /ˈfi ɑt, -æt; ˈfaɪ ət, -æt/ noun 1. an authoritative decree, sanction, or order: a royal fiat. Synonyms: authorization, directive, ruling, mandate, diktat, ukase. 2. a fixed form of words containing the word fiat, by which a person in authority gives sanction, or authorization. 3. an arbitrary decree or pronouncement, […]
[fee-aht loo ks; English fee-aht luhks, fahy-uh t] /ˈfi ɑt ˈlʊks; English ˈfi ɑt ˈlʌks, ˈfaɪ ət/ Latin. 1. let there be light.
[fib] /fɪb/ noun 1. a small or trivial lie; minor falsehood. verb (used without object), fibbed, fibbing. 2. to tell a fib. /fɪb/ noun 1. a trivial and harmless lie verb fibs, fibbing, fibbed 2. (intransitive) to tell such a lie n. 1610s, of uncertain origin, perhaps from fibble-fable “nonsense” (1580s), a reduplication of fable. […]