Evolve

Verb: develop gradually; especially from a simple to complex form

Exaggerate

Verb: represent something as being larger or greater than it really is

Examine

Verb: inspect something in detail to determine its nature or condition

Excel

Verb: be exceptionally good at or proficient in an activity or subject

Excessive

Adjective: more than is necessary, normal, or desirable

Exclude

Verb: deny someone access to a place, group, or privilege

Expanse

Noun: an area of something presenting a wide, continuous surface

Exploit

Verb: make full use of and derive benefit from

Expose

Verb: make something visible by uncovering it

Extinct

Adjective: having no living members

Extract

Verb: remove or take out; Noun: a short passage taken from some larger work

Factor

Noun: a circumstance that influences a result

Fade

Verb: gradually grow faint and disappear

Failure

Noun: lack of success; the omission of expected action

Faithful

Adjective: loyal, constant, and steadfast

Favorable

Adjective: expressing approval; to the advantage of someone

Feat

Noun: an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength

Feature

Noun: a distinct attribute of something; Verb: have a prominent attribute

Federal

Adjective: relating to a government system where states unify broadly

Ferocious

Adjective: savagely fierce, cruel, or violent

Festival

Noun: a day or period of celebration

Fidget

Verb: make small movements, especially out of nervousness

Finance

Noun: the management of large amounts of money; Verb: provide funding for

Firm

Adjective: having a solid structure; Verb: make something physically solid

Focus

Noun: the center of interest; Verb: pay particular attention to

Force

Verb: make someone do something against their will; Noun: strength, energy

Forecast

Verb: to predict or estimate; Noun: a prediction about the future

Former

Adjective: having previously filled a particular role

Formulate

Verb: create or devise methodically

Fortunate

Adjective: favored by good luck or fortune

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