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'Fess

To reveal the truth or admit to having done something, usually not respectable The word 'fess has been clipped from the originally word confess. While it still retains the same meaning, More…

fear-icle

A “miracle”, or something billed as one, inspiring fear =Created as part of a pun on Miracle on 34th Street by the Onion for an editorial cartoon. In usual satirical style, brings More…

Fearection

An erection caused by a simultaneous mix of sexual attraction and a feeling of fear =The term “fearection” is a comic term used to generate humor. It applies to a very specific situation More…

feather

to touch lightly and repeatedly, used when driving or cooking. Apparent Meaning: to be careful and light. Reason Used: to describe exactly what they want the driver or cook to do, more of a More…

febreeze

To make the room smell better. My roommate was not really sure how to describe the situation where I used Febreeze to make a room better smell after he farted. Thus, instead of using, "You More…

febreezy

Marked by the scent of the air freshener febreeze There is no adjective form for the name febreeze, but adding ‘y’ to the name easily forms one. This novel word describes the More…

febreze

to spray something that is emitting odors in order to eliminate the smell reason used: to indicate that one need not wash an article of clothing if it smells; merely spraying it with More…

febro

a female friend that is a member of a male friend group, or a group of “bros” =(Male speaking to female) “Hey, I’m as close to you as my bros - you’re my febro” Etymology : A blending of More…

Fed-exed

It means to ship a package through the service of Fed-Ex, or even any other ground delivery service. =I fed-exed the packages across the country. Etymology : A brand, Fed-Ex, is turned More…

Federer

paradigm or example of perfection,m originating from the #1 tennis player in the world, Roger Federer Metonomy, Tennis player Roger Federer is a fine specimen of perfection int he game of More…

fee

(clipping) a female =This one fee at the club last night was super fine. a shortened way to say female. it is sometimes used in a derogatory or objectifying sense as a substitution for More…

feeb

A person who is hopelessly stupid. Feeb is an insulting term that implies that someone or their actions are stupid. It also implies that the person somehow cannot help how imbecilic they More…

feel

to have a crush on, to be interested in Who ya feelin'? means for whom do you feel romantic/sexual feelings. In this sense feel means only feel these types of feelings, which is why it is a More…

Feel

A specific emotion =This word was created to be used in the phrase “I feel your feel” which probably comes from the more common phrase “I feel your pain.” The word “feel” was used More…

Feels

Short for feelings =The Doctor Who Christmas Special was too much for my feels. Etymology : Shortening of feelings =Friend used the above term usage example

feels

a mixture of feelings that cannot be described verbally, usually referring to sad feelings =usually used in the sentence "oh, the feels" or something "gives me the More…

Feels (2)

a bevy of intense emotions that are overwhelming and indescribable. =Commonly found on Tumblr. The term denotes an occasion where one is overcome with intense feels, typically found in the More…

FEETNASTICS

To work out feet as in a dance; to perform aerobics with feet Possible reason used: FEETNASTICS is a very colorful and smart way of saying that someone has gone dancing. The meaning is More…

Felicia

(Semantic change - broadening.) Refers to a person who is unimportant, boring, or irritating (usually a combination of the three). =The term is almost exclusively used in the phrase More…

fembot

Female robot Possible reason used: English has different names for the male and female versions of several animals. It seems reasonable that if robots had gender, we would refer to them as More…


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