By providing “facility” to someone, you help them achieve their goals in an easier manner. “Facilitate” should remind you of “facility” that makes achieving or doing something easier.
A facile problem is so superficial, simple and docile like a puppy that you are not afraid to face it!
The word “face-tious” should remind you of the phrase “making faces”. People sometimes make faces to tease someone or make fun of something, even in a serious situation!
The word gadfly contains the word “fly” – the winged insect that flies through air and often annoys us. Thus, gadfly should remind you of an annoying and irritating person who keeps buzzing around!
The word “facet” should remind you of “face”. At one time, we can only see one side or face or “facet” of something. Remember thus!
The word “facade” should remind you of “face”. Some may show you their true face while others may hide their true face and display a fake facade.
The word “Fabricate” should remind you of the word “Fibre”. You can use fibres to make a bad weapon or a good thing.
This is a tough one! Plagiarism has similarity to the word “Plague” that is used to refer to an infectious disease that we need to stay away from. Likewise, we also need to stay away from stealing, cheating, piracy, and well, plagiarism.
Punctilious should remind you of punctures – small holes in tyres – that result in the release of air from the tyre. A punctilious person will not permit any such puncture or hole in his or her work that can result in compromising his or her quality of work.
Stale eggs or even un-cooked eggs smell extraordinarily bad, don’t they? The word “egregious” should remind you of stale and un-cooked eggs on someone’s face. Eww!