[fol-oh-uhp] /ˈfɒl oʊˌʌp/
the act of following up.
an action or thing that serves to increase the effectiveness of a previous one, as a second or subsequent letter, phone call, or visit.
Also called follow. Journalism.
designed or serving to follow up, especially to increase the effectiveness of a previous action:
a follow-up interview; a follow-up offer.
of or relating to action that follows an initial treatment, course of study, etc.:
follow-up care for mental patients; a follow-up survey.
[fol-ee] /ˈfɒl i/ noun, plural follies for 2–6. 1. the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding or sense. 2. a foolish action, practice, idea, etc.; absurdity: the folly of performing without a rehearsal. 3. a costly and foolish undertaking; unwise investment or expenditure. 4. Architecture. a whimsical or extravagant structure built to […]
[fohl-suh m] /ˈfoʊl səm/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of a prehistoric North American cultural tradition extensive in the Great Plains about 11,000 years ago and typified by the use of the Folsom point. [fohl-suh m] /ˈfoʊl səm/ noun 1. a town in central California.
noun 1. a Paleo-Indian of the Folsom tradition. 2. a human skull found in Midland, Texas, that is believed to be contemporary with the Folsom tradition. /ˈfɒlsəm/ noun 1. a type of early man from a North American culture of the Pleistocene period, thought to have used flint tools and to have subsisted mainly by […]
noun 1. a flint point characteristic of the Folsom tradition, typically leaf-shaped and fluted, with small basal extensions, and used on a projectile, as a spear, for hunting game.