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2. supreme, superlative, best; superb, excellent, exceptional, superior, extraordinary, meritorious, Inf. dandy; highest, top, crowning, acmic, summital; greatest, maximal, nonpareil, unparalleled, matchless, peerless, utmost, uppermost, unsurpassed, transcendent; fine, outstanding, great, admirable, remarkable, estimable, noteworthy, worthy.

fiscal, adj. financial, economic, monetary, money, pecuniary, sumptuary, capital; bread-and-butter,

fish, v. 1. angle, troll, flycast, cast, bob, jig, spin, Inf. plug; net, trawl, seine.
2. look for, search for, hunt for, cast
or beat about for, grope for; dig for, delve for.

fisherman, n. angler, fisher, piscator, piscatorian;

Izaak Walton,

fishery, n. 1. fishing, angling. See - fishing.
2. fishing rights,
Law. piscary,

fishing, n. angling, fishery, trolling, casting, Inf. plugging; trawling, netting; rod and reel, halieutics, Rare, piscatology.

fishy, adj. 1. fishlike, piscine, piscatorial.
2.
Informal, improbable, unlikely, hardly possible;
farfetched, extravagant, exaggerated, hyperbolical;
colored, embroidered, embellished.
3.
Informal, questionable, dubious, doubtful, suspicious, not kosher, Inf. shady; devious, evasive, slippery, tricky, Inf. cagey.
4. expressionless, inexpressive, vacant, empty, blank, deadpan, wooden,
Inf. poker-faced; dull, lackluster, lusterless, glassy, glassy-eyed.

fission, n. splitting, disjuncture, parting, division, scission, cleaving; rupture, break, cleavage, severance,

fissure, n. crevice, crevasse, chink, cleft, chasm, stria, cranny, interstice, groove, sulcus, Archaic, scis-sure; crack, fracture, flow, break, chap, check, rupture, split, rift, breach, scission, slit, slot, gash, hole, cavity; space, interspace, interval, interstice, narrow,

fist, n. 1. clenched hand, Sl. (usu. pi.) duke, Brit. Dial, nieve; Inf. hand, Sl. mitt, Sl. paw.
-v. 2. clench, grip, grasp, clasp, clutch; grab, seize, put an iron grip on.

fistic, adj. pugilistic, gladiatorial, fighting; combat ive, pugnacious, contentious, bellicose,

fisticuff, n. 1. blow, clout, thump, pelt, knock, rap, smack, slam, whack, bang, swipe, Sl. whang, Sl. shot; punch, hook, jab, thrust, lunge; pummel, thump, buffet, thwack.
2. fisticuffs
boxing, prize fighting, pugilism; bout, event, fist fight, prize fight, boxing match; fist fighting, free-for-all, battle royal, set-to, brawl, broil, don-nybrook, scrap, fracas, melee; spar, go-around, mill, round, scuffle, tussle, scrimmage; shindy, rumpus, row, fray, affray.

fit1, adj. 1. suitable, well-suited, well-adapted, fitted; correspondent, corresponding, corresponsive, analogous, coherent; conforming, consonant, congruous, harmonious.
2. proper, due, meet, seemly, decorous, right, correct, fitting, befitting; apt, appropriate, apropos, apposite, pat, applicable; relevant, germane, pertinent, to the point,
Latin, ad rem becoming, felicitous, occasional.
3. competent, efficient,
Sl. on the ball; commensurate, equal to, Inf. up to; capable, able, capacitated; qualified, eligible, satisfactory, Inf. up to snuff or par, acceptable, adequate, Archaic, sufficient; worthy of or to, deserving of or to.
4. prepared, readied, primed, trained, well-grounded, up to grade; equipped, furnished, outfitted, fitted out, fitted up, suited up.
5. hardy, stalwart, sturdy, muscular, strong; robust, strapping, hearty, vigorous, in good shape
or condition; hale, healthy, well; sane, mentally sound, Latin, compos mentis.

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