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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…

Flamer

Blatantly homosexual; one who is aggressive without provocation. Flamer, adopted by the homosexual community to refer to one of their own displaying stereotypical mannerisms, existed in the More…

Flamingo

To decorate something (usually the front yard of a house) with plastic pink flamingoes. Similar to toilet-papering, this word was formed by zero derivation of flamingo. It refers to the More…

Flamingoed

to have your lawn be filled with pink plastic flamingoes by various fundraiser groups =This word is formed from affixing "ed" to flamingo. Various fundraising organizations More…

flash mob

A group of people who meet at a previously-designated space, perform some brief action (often out of the ordinary) as a group, and then quickly disperse. =Most commonly used for a group of More…

flashmobbed

(and derivation) the act of having done a flashmob in the past =The noun flashmob was made a verb in this case through zero derivation, and then the -bed ending is added to form a past More…

Flashpacking

(flash+backpacking) backpacking with electronics/luxuries =My wife and I are going to go flashpacking across Europe after I retire. Etymology : A blend of flash (representative of More…

flat tire

(metaphor) When two people are walking, one behind the other, and the one behind steps on the shoe.flip-flop of the other, resulting in a shoe uproot. =Metaphor. Comparing to the idea of a More…

flatforms

A flat, closed-toe shoe with a platform added to it. Flatforms became popular during the 1990s, and they went through a revival during 2011 and 2012. Not all platform shoes are flatforms; More…

Flatuglance

The look that someone gives another person when they pass gas in public. =The side long glance someone receives for farting. Words usually do not accompany it because the perpetrator More…

Flavorgasm

A euphoric culinary experience resulting from tasting well-prepared, flavorful food; a highly pleasurable sensation resulting from eating and drinking good food, often accompanied by a More…

flavory

Having flavor. This word seems to come from advertisers manipulating words to come up with a concise list of adjectives to stick in the minds of commercial-watchers when they think of the More…

Flaw

(metaphor) a word used to describe someone’s action or a situation as morally incorrect and against principles =This term originated in the Northeast of the United States, specifically in More…

fleek

(novel creation) visually appealing, stylish =This appears to be a novel creation. It is mostly used in the prepositional phrase "on fleek" to describe how a part of More…

Fleek

(adjective) used to describe something that is stylishly 'on point' or visually appealing =Typically used in the phrase "on fleek". Started among African American women More…

fleek (1)

(novel creation) Well-styled and aesthetically pleasing, particularly in reference to eyebrows. =Fleek is commonly used in the phrase “on fleek”, which was popularized by the video in which More…

Fleeky/On Fleek

(novel creation) Stylish or fashionable to a high degree =If one has a particularly stylish or fashionable element of their appearance, that element can be described as “fleeky” or “on More…

fleshflake

A small scrap of skin or flesh. The compound, in context, should elicit an association with SNOWFLAKE. =A dot appears, a fleshflake. Etymology : FLESH + FLAKE =Annie Dillard, Pilgrim More…

Flex

(Metaphorical change in meaning as well as a generalization of meaning.; It is an action.) "To flex" is to show off what one has to others to invoke envy or admiration from others. More…

flex

to have a lot of cash on oneself or showing off the huge amount of money one has =originally meaning having lots of money, the word gradually became to mean "showing off (the More…


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