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fetch

British cool, appealing, catching the eye, which itself is a metaphor for catching a material object Possible Reasons Used: Gretchen used it as a shibboleth to try and seem like she was in More…

Fetch

the condition of being fashionable and in vogue. apparent meaning: really cool and trendy reason used: This word was modified from a game that dog’s play to an adjective meaning More…

fetch (1)

(semantic change via metaphor) Having the quality of being fashionable or trendy =I first heard this word when my girlfriend described my new shoes as a fetch. She originally heard it used More…

fetch (2)

Fetching, cool, stylish. Fetching means attractive, nice, or charming. Fetch has about the same meaning, but with a connotation of being cool and current. =That new outfit is so fetch! More…

fetishization

The act or process of turning something into a fetish, obsession. This word obviously derives from the n. root 'fetish' which has two possible meanings in this context: 1) an object, or More…

fetty

to be cool or in style =Often used descriptively in hip hop culture Etymology : unknown

FEVER

Someone who harms an institution or a group; someone who undermines the goals of a body of workers. Possible reason used: The word “fever” was used to give a connotation of More…


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