falling for something hook, line, and sinker (3.52) believing a bunch of lies.
fared no better (6.42) also became bored in her bedroom.
fata morgana (7.23) mirage.
feeling like a fifth wheel (2.113) when one feels useless and unable to help.
felt a stiffening of their resolve (6.100) realized that they had to search the penthouse for Gunther, even though it was a scary thing to do.
fifth wheel (5.114) not in a position to do anything particularly helpful.
figuratively (1.68) feels like itís happening.
fin de siécle (8.103-04) time in history when a century is drawing to a close.
fissle (8.104) rustling noise.
fitfully (1.94) with much tossing and turning.
floated several theories (7.93) talked quietly about the two couplets by Isadora Quagmire.
flourish (2.26) a sweeping gesture, often used to show off.
foisted (5.203) gave.
following suit (5.68) doing the same thing somebody else has just done.
foreman (4.25) somebody who supervises workers.
forgery (3.76) write something yourself and pretend somebody else wrote it.
fowl (7.50) bird.
futile (3.49) filled with futility. (8.127) useless, unnecessary, and ineffectual, because there is no reason for it.
gargantuan (7.64) having attained an inordinate amount of botanical volume.
garish (3.105) filled with balloons, neon lights, and obnoxious waiters.
generic (2.84) when one is unable to think of anything else to say.
giddy (2.37) dizzy and excited.
gingerly (5.38) avoiding territorial crabs.
glaze over (5.59) ache slightly out of boredom.
grammar (3.18) all those rules about how to write and speak the English language.
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