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fired

The quality of being a let-down, usually used in a joking manner Origin & Source: The television show The Apprentice popularized the phrase, “You’re Fired!” during the past More…

fired (2)

To be incredibly tired. This word was most likely created because the phrase “fucking tired” was considered too vulgar. Speakers may have felt uncomfortable saying such words especially if More…

Firemouth

(noun) The hot feeling in one’s mouth after consumption of a spicy meal. =This word was formed through metonymy of ‘fire’ to refer to spicy food. It is then applied to the feeling left More…

Firewater

A term used to describe someone's breath that has been drinking liquor. Usually used the morning after someone wakes up and their breath still smells of liqour. =To describe someones More…

first world problem

a problem or dilemma that is not a major issue but draws a lot of emotion =This phrase is an extension off of the phrase "first world" referring to developed countries. The More…

First World Problems

(Widening) Problems experienced by those in developed countries that seem trivial in comparison to global issues. =The term ‘First World Problems’ is an extension of the typical definition More…

first-out

a title possessed by a person that will take the possession of the game controller of the first person killed in a video game match =This is a compound of first and out to describe a title More…

fish

This is used as a noun to refer to someone who drinks a lot. The semantic change for the word fish is being widened by using a metaphor of comparing someone who is drinking a lot to a fish More…

fish (2)

freshmen =Fish, meaning freshmen, is a metaphor because freshmen are the new “little fish in a big pond”. Because nothing changed in the form of the word, it was formed by zero More…

fish people

a developmental biologist who does the majority of their research on zebra fish =this is biologist jargon, an informal term used to identify a subset of researchers investigating More…

fishetarian

one who excludes meat from their diet, with the exception of fish; a vegetarian who also consumes fish =This term is used to describe a person who does not eat any meat, except fish. The More…

fishizzle

An expression meaning 'certainly' or 'definitely' used in informal speech. This word may have been used to signal one's being "in the know" of up to date teen terminology. It is a sloppy More…

FISHMONGERING

To be rowdy in a public place; to converse loudly in a social gathering. Possible reason used: The speaker wanted to sound clever and make her point at the same time. She achieved both More…

fishy

(broadening, extension) from drag culture - looking like a woman, not like a man dressed like a woman ="I'm serving fish, honey… and this ain't trout!" Etymology : More…

Fishy

A word used in Drag Queen culture to describe a queen who can pass for being biologically female while in drag. The term may refer to the commonly held belief that female genitalia smells More…

fit

used to describe a person as attractive or good-looking this word is mostly used by English youth and young adults =from my current roommate

Fit (2)

(zero derivation) Particularly in shape in a positive, usually attractive way =Apparently fit is used quite often in England and parts of Europe. It usually refers to a female who is in More…

fitnessized

having undergone a series of exercises to successfully obtain the state of being fit Reason used: the word “fit” by itself doesn’t seem to sound much like an adjective, so More…

five-man

A four-person suite in which five people live. A five-man is a four-person suite in which five people live. The term five-man is not gender-exclusive; a five-man can also be composed of More…

Five-O

slang name for the police that comes from the police show “Hawaii Five-O” My friend shouted, “Watch out, Five-O!” Completely confused at first, I quickly realized More…


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