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F.I.N.E

acronym (F*cked up, Insecure, Neurotic, and Emotional). Usually derogatory; indicated by tone of voice. =We all know he's F.I.N.E, just like those freaks he hangs out with. Etymology : More…

Fiberccino

A cappuccino that has a fiber supplement in it This strange word comes from an advertisement for benefiber. Some inventive advertising executive wanted to demonstrate how the product could More…

fibliography

(Blending of two words with the longer one being clipped) A bibliography developed with several useless sources so as to meet the minimum reference number requirements for a paper or More…

fick

to first pick something out of many- refers to drafting =verb Etymology : Danville, California =Overhead at a card shop and during fantasy football drafts.

FICTIONARY

A dictionary of non-standard words. Possible reason used: “Fictionary” is a very creative word. It is hard to come up with such a word in a moment. The user probably heard More…

Fictioneer

(Noun) It refers to a person who enjoys writing, or narrating fictional stories. It gives the person a sense of superiority that delves very often into the unrealistic and imaginary and More…

Fictioneers

Someone who writes fiction, a fiction expert. (“Mike really finds the time to read for pleasure; he is a true fictioneer.”) The writer wanted a general term that could be More…

Fidgeter

(affixation) Someone who is constantly fidgeting =It was used to describe children, but can refer to anyone who is unusually fidgety. Etymology : from fidgety meaning restless or More…

Fierce

Definition: A term used to describe something that is bold and cool and exceptional, mainly in relation to fashion Fierce Type of Semantic Change: widening or generalization also More…

Fierce

great, fabulous Similar to words denoting time and space, the new meaning of fierce likely came from a metaphorical shift relating the extra intensity associated with both words. Great and More…

fierce

(broadening, extension) amazing, hot; typically used in drag or other popular culture to describe a female who appears attractive; also has a connotation of strength and independence More…

FIFA

(acronym) Federation International de Football Association. =Football here meaning Spanish football, which is the english equivalent of soccer. Etymology : This term was coined by the More…

fifth

A fifth of a gallon of liquor. It is around 750ml and mostly used to refer alcohol(especially hard liquor like gin, vodka, rum, etc) ="Last night I bought a fifth of Henessy." More…

Filet

Something that is made to look very appealing as a trap to do something that will ultimately fail. A trap. This is a metaphor based on filet being something that is exquisite and desirable, More…

filper

somone who always rushes, sometimes overaggressively, to be the first person in line =That kid pushed 8 people out of the way to be the first person in line for the Thanksgiving Day sale. More…

Filthy

Extremely talented, good, awesome. The semanitc shift is amelioration. The common word filthy, usually meaning dirty, has had its meaning completely changed and its connotation almost More…

filthy

Used to describe something that is phenomenally cool or amazing. =This word comes from consumers of hip hop and pop culture. Though not certain, the word may have become used for in this More…

fina'

to prepare or plan to go somewhere or do something =Shortened speech to simplify the phrase “fixing to,” which carries the same meaning as fina. ‘Fixing to’ is a common phrase, especially More…

Final Fantasy-esque

A state of being a long involved video game, formed from Final Fantasy It was used to convey to the readers of www.cubed-3.co.uk a contrasting fact of two different game series. Final More…

finesse

To slyly persuade someone to give you something of theirs. ="Finesse" experienced a narrowing in its definition. The original verb means to do something delicately or subtly, and More…


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