[foh-vee-uh-lit, -leyt] /ˈfoʊ vi ə lɪt, -ˌleɪt/
having , or very small pits.
foveolate fo·ve·o·late (fō’vē-ə-lāt’, -lĭt, fō-vē’ə-)
Having minute pits or small depressions on the surface.
[foh-vee-ohl] /ˈfoʊ viˌoʊl/ noun 1. a foveola.
first open water
/fɔɪ/ noun 1. a resort and fishing village in SW England, in Cornwall, linked administratively with St Austell from 1968 to 1974. Pop: 2064 (2001)
[foul] /faʊl/ noun, plural fowls (especially collectively) fowl. 1. the domestic or barnyard hen or rooster; chicken. Compare . 2. any of several other, usually gallinaceous, birds that are barnyard, domesticated, or wild, as the duck, turkey, or pheasant. 3. (in market and household use) a full-grown for food purposes, as distinguished from a chicken […]