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  • -friendly

    combining form helpful, easy, or good for the person or thing specified ozone-friendly -friendly combining word easy, convenient, or amenable for what is specified: the new pcs are quite user-friendly/ works of art like these are more viewer-friendly than post-modernist art of 10 years ago/ the saudi desert is not exactly visitor-friendly [1980+ computer; based […]

  • -fucking-

    -f-cking- infix used for emphasis •often printed as a separate word without hyphens: non compos f-ckin’ mentis/ in-f-cking-credible/ ”un-f-ckingbelievable,” they say in the booth

  • -fuge

    a combining form occurring in compound words which have the general sense “something that repels or drives away” whatever is specified by the initial element: vermifuge. -fuge combining form indicating an agent or substance that expels or drives away vermifuge derived forms word origin -fuge from mod.l. -fugus, with sense from l. fugare “to put […]

  • -ful

    a suffix meaning “full of,” “characterized by” (shameful; beautiful; careful; thoughtful); “tending to,” “able to” (wakeful; harmful); “as much as will fill” (spoonful). usage note -ful suffix (forming adjectives) full of or characterized by painful, spiteful, restful (forming adjectives) able or tending to helpful, useful (forming nouns) indicating as much as will fill the thing […]

  • -gaited

    /ˈɡeɪtɪd/ adjective (in combination) having a gait as specified slow-gaited

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