|CAPRIFIG||-||caprifig n. An individual fig tree of certain species of Ficus, which produces both male and female flowers and is.|
caprifig n. The accessory fruit of this tree, which is considered inedible by humans.
|FLAGPOLE||-||flagpole n. A tall pole up which one or more flags may be raised and flown.|
flagpole v. (Canada, rare) Exit a country momentarily and reenter. Usually this is done to satisfy immigration requirements.
flag pole n. Alternative spelling of flagpole.
|FLAGSHIP||-||flagship n. In a maritime fleet, the ship occupied by the fleet's commander (usually an admiral); it denotes this.|
flagship n. The most important one out of a related group.
|FLAPPING||-||flapping adj. That flaps or flap.|
flapping n. An instance where one flaps.
flapping n. (phonology) A phonological process found in many dialects of English, especially American English and.
|FOOTPAGE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|FRAPPING||-||frapping v. present participle of frap.|
frapping n. (nautical, usually in the plural) Rope lashed tightly over the rigging or other area.
|GIFTWRAP||-||giftwrap v. Alternative form of gift-wrap.|
gift-wrap v. To wrap something in decorative wrappings prior to presenting it as a gift.
gift-wrap n. Decorative wrappings.
|GIGAFLOP||-||gigaflop n. (computing) A unit of measure for the calculating speed of a computer equal to one billion (109) floating.|
|LEAPFROG||-||leapfrog n. (games) A game, often played by children, in which a player leaps like a frog over the back of another.|
leapfrog n. (chiefly Britain, law, usually attributive) The process by which a case is appealed or allowed to be appealed.
leapfrog v. (transitive) To jump over some obstacle, as in the game of leapfrog.
|MEGAFLOP||-||megaflop n. (computing) a measure of the speed of a computer; one million floating point operations per second.|
megaflop n. (informal) A major flop; a film or other production that is a great failure.
|PACKFONG||-||packfong n. Alternative form of paktong.|
|PAGEFULS||-||pagefuls n. plural of pageful.|
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|PIAFFING||-||piaffing v. present participle of piaffe.|
|PIGFACES||-||pigfaces n. plural of pigface.|