|DOWNDRAFT||-||downdraft n. a strong, downward air current; an air pocket or air hole.|
|DRAWKNIFE||-||drawknife n. A joiner's tool having a blade with a handle at each end, used to shave off surfaces, by drawing it toward.|
drawknife n. A tool used for the purpose of making an incision along the path a saw is to follow, to prevent it from.
drawknife v. (transitive) To cut or shave with a drawknife.
|DWARFNESS||-||dwarfness n. The quality of being a dwarf, or unusually small specimen.|
|FANCYWORK||-||fancywork n. Decorative embroidery.|
|FARROWING||-||farrowing v. present participle of farrow.|
farrowing n. The act of producing a litter of pigs.
|FERNSHAWS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|FIREWOMAN||-||firewoman n. A female firefighter.|
firewoman n. A female fireman (type of railway worker).
|FOREWARNS||-||forewarns v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forewarn.|
|FOREWOMAN||-||forewoman n. A female foreman.|
|FORWANDER||-||forwander v. (intransitive, Britain dialectal) To wander until weary; wander far and wide.|
forwander v. (transitive, Britain dialectal) To weary with wandering; cause to wander until weary.
|FORWARNED||-||forwarned v. simple past tense and past participle of forwarn.|
|FREEWOMAN||-||freewoman n. (historical) A woman who is not a serf or slave.|
|FROGSPAWN||-||frogspawn n. A gelatinous mass of frogs' eggs, laid in ponds and ditches.|
frog spawn n. Alternative form of frogspawn.
|FRONTWARD||-||frontward adj. Frontwards.|
frontward adv. Frontwards.
|FRONTWAYS||-||frontways adv. towards the front; forward.|
|WARFARING||-||warfaring v. present participle of warfare.|
warfaring n. warfare; conflict.
|WARFARINS||-||warfarins n. plural of warfarin.|
|WAVEFRONT||-||wavefront n. (physics) An imaginary surface passing through points of a medium oscillating in phase.|
|WAYFARING||-||wayfaring adj. Travelling, especially on foot.|
wayfaring adj. Peripatetic.
wayfaring n. Travel, especially on foot.
|WHARFINGS||-||wharfings n. plural of wharfing.|