fac-, facil-, fact-, feas-, -feat, -fect, -feit, -facient, -faction, -fic-, -fy, -ficate, -fication

(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)

stultifier
stultifies
stultify
stultifying
stupefacient
1. Stupefying; producing stupor.
2. A drug or agent that produces stupor.
stupefaction
1. The state of being stupefied; stupor.
2. Overwhelming amazement.
3. Great astonishment or consternation.
stupefactive
1. Serving to stupefy.
2. Producing stupefaction; stupefactive.
stupefier
One who, or that which, stupefies; a stupefying agent.
stupefy, stupefies, stupefying, stupefied
1. To put into a state of little or no sensibility; to benumb the faculties of; to put into a stupor.
2. To stun, as with a narcotic, a shock, or a strong emotion.
3. To overwhelm with amazement; to astound; to astonish.
subfactorial
sudorific
Causing sweat or an agent that produces sweat; such as, sudorific herbs or sudorific medicine.
sudorification
Sweat, perspiration.
suffice (verb), suffices; sufficed; sufficing
1. To be enough or to be adequate, in quantity or in quality: Mrs. White told her students that only a few examples in their essays would suffice to support their assumptions and opinions.
2. Etymology: from Latin sufficere "to put under, to meet the need of"; from sub-, "under" + facere, "to make".
To be adequate or sufficient.
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