What is another word for fe?

34 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ fˈiː], [ fˈiː], [ f_ˈiː]

"Fe" is a chemical symbol for the element iron in the periodic table. Some of the common synonyms for this word would be "iron", "ferrous", "ferric" or "metal". Iron is one of the most common metals in the earth's crust and is widely used in construction, manufacturing, and transportation industries. It is also an important nutrient for humans as it plays a vital role in the production of hemoglobin in red blood cells. Apart from this, "Fe" could also be used as an abbreviation for "For Example" or "Further Explanation". Therefore, "For instance", "such as" or "in particular" could also be the synonyms for "Fe" in this context.

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    Usage examples for Fe

    Besides this there are the St. Francis, an inconsiderable stream, and the Arkansas, which is said to originate in the same latitude with Santa fe in New Mexico, and which, holding its course nearly 300 leagues, falls in about 200 above New Orleans.
    "The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815"
    G. R. Gleig
    There I saw Long's Peak, Pike's Peak, and the Spanish Peaks, as mighty sentinels-watch towers-that had served as landmarks to many a weary traveler on the Santa fe trail.
    "The Jericho Road"
    W. Bion Adkins
    The helmets are generally made of wallpaper, in a shape like auto-da-fe caps, with long strips hanging over so as to conceal the face, and over the shirts are sewn streamers.
    "John Keble's Parishes"
    Charlotte M Yonge

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