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'FLIER'ED

the state of being subject to excessive advertising by paper fliers. Known word flier and known word fired It was used to be a cute intro to an article. =YOU'RE 'FLIER'ED Etymology : More…

Flabdomen

(flab and abdomen) Refers to the midsection of a person that has an excess of fat. =This is often showcased on females who wear clothes that are too small for their current size. Instead of More…

Flack

To self-advertise and sell something, perhaps in a marketplace or other informal area. Seems to suggest 'to sell something.' The word seems close in meaning to one colloquial definition of More…

flagellia

It seems to be a synonym of the word flagella, with is a plural term for the single, long organ that some members of kingdom Protista have to assist in locomotion. In trying to use a word More…

FLAGGIN'

Slang. Flashing or giving gang signs. =Don't go flaggin' in the wrong 'hood or you gonna end up dead. Etymology : derived from flag - to flash.

flagophobe

one who is not patriotic =Flagophobe is derogatory term. It is a compounding of flag and -phobe. There is a metaphorical connection between the flag and national pride in this word. The More…

flailure

(Blending) The action of having accidentally flirted with someone; alternatively a failed attempt at flirting. =This is not a word heavily in need, as several other words can describe this More…

flake

man-made lake, generally found in recent housing developments. The blending of "fake" and "lake" makes sense, because the thing being described is essentially a fake lake; however, this More…

Flake

A person who is not dependable and has little concern for their effect on other people; shallow. This word is often applied to people in order to describe disregard for commitments. In More…

flake (1)

Someone who often cancels on plans =Flake can be used to refer to someone who cancels on plans, or the action of cancelling plans. It was most likely coined as a tongue-in-cheek insult, More…

Flake (2)

When a person bails on a meeting, but fails to inform everyone else until last minute. Potentially ruining previous plans. =The word in a verb tense means to peel or fall away. Modern More…

flake (3)

An unreliable person or someone who bails often. =This person is described as ‘flaky’. It can easily be seen how flake was reanalysed. Flake means eccentric, and as eccentric people can be More…

flakebake

a person who has a tendency to skip events or bail on promises to smoke or otherwise consume marijuana =noun Etymology : a combination of 'flake' and 'bake', a common More…

Flaked

Describes the action of single person cancelling his plans with a larger group. =fla- is a morpheme from Latin that means ‘blow’, and –ed is a past participle indicating the action has More…

flam

A rudimentary drum exercise that involves holding one stick at level 1 above a drum, and the other stick at level 5 above the drum, then bringing both of them down to cause an almost More…

flamage

Used to refer to a barbecue. =Flame refers to the method of cooking (over a flame), and the addition of the suffix greatly changes the meaning of the root (although it does not necessarily More…

Flame

To personally attack someone in writing, usually on online forums. It can result from previous arguments on the topic that turn into personal attacks. =After being gently rebuked for his More…

flame (3)

(Zero derivation) On a messageboard, a negative comment intended to be insulting, malicious, and provoking. Often part of the phrase “flame war.” =The word “flame” describes the nature of More…

FLAME.

A personal attack within a post on Usenet. =Please don't flame me if you disagree with this. Etymology : metaphorical extension of flame =Usenet article

flamebait

(noun) A post in a forum made by a troll that is clearly meant to aggravate other users and cause a flame war. ="Obvious flamebait here, guys; don't feed the troll." More…


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