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flex (1)

To show off an item, particularly in reference to expensive luxury goods such as cars, clothing, or technology. =The original meaning of flex, “to bend”, often became associated with More…

flex (2)

To shamelessly show off or display something rare or valuable that one has in an attempt to make others jealous or bolster one’s social status. =This is often done with reference to More…

flex (3)

(metaphor) to show off =One can “flex on someone” — which means to brag to show off to someone, or simply flex, where the person listening is implied. This term has a lighthearted More…

Flex/Flexing

To show off one’s video game skills. =This term is analogous to a bodybuilder flexing their muscles after an intense workout. Only in the video game context, a person is ‘flexing’ their More…

flexin'

(verb) lying or being fake about a situation or towards a person ="Flexin'" is used when you feel someone is lying or making up something about a particular situation. More…

Flexitarian

A person who eats meat less often than an average American but does not completely abstain from meat. Often done for health reasons, these people consume diets high in vegetables, fruit, More…

Flexnerian

(derivation) Representative of the philosophy of medicine, more specifically medical education, espoused in the Flexner Report of 1910. More broadly, refers to educational and practice of More…

Flext

To text flirtatiously ="Will you please get off your phone? You've been flexting him all night." Etymology : blending of 'flirt' and 'text' =my More…

flied

baseball term referring to what happened to a batter during his previous at-bat if he was called out by hitting a pop-fly. Used in conjunction with “out”. Reason used: the More…

flimbees

a placeholder for an unknown location Reason used: When the location of somebody is unknown, this word is substituted in as that location to avoid conflict. =Your father called today, and More…

flip a bitch

to make a U-turn. Used by a friend. =Just flip a bitch. Etymology : Compound of flip + a + bitch =conversation with friend

flirj

flirj stands for "first lady I'd rim job" =Used when referring to First Ladies. Etymology : Comes from a 2008 election season Saturday Night Live 9/13/2008 opening skit in More…

flirtationship

Relationship that is more than a friendship but less than a relationship. This happens usually when one regularly flirt with one’s acquaintance but do no more. =“Too much flirtationship in More…

Flirtationship (1)

(Flirt and Relationship. Relationship is clipped to ationship. Also, could be flirtation (n)is blended with clipping of relationship (ship).) When you and a friend or acquaintance regularly More…

Flo

to spontaneously come up with a series of phrases that follow a beat, to perform the art form, rap, without previous contemplation =Eminem launched his career at a flo competition in More…

float

(metaphor) to empty or finish the contents of a keg, which also signals the end of the party. =No one can leave the floor lock-in until we float the keg. Etymology : from the keg floating More…

flobby

a common space on a certain floor, especially not the ground floor, as in a residential college such as Sid =This term is used to differentiate between different lobbies in the building. More…

flockability

a quality that a person possesses that allows them to draw a certain kind of people to them My roommate is absolutely gorgeous, and recently especially, she has about four or five guys More…

flocked

term used when one’s yard has been filled with hundreds of plastic pick flamingos I heard about this last year in my senior year of high school when a few girls were talking about a More…

Floofer

(Creative Respelling) The denotation of a cute, fluffy animal =Making of the word cute by speaking in baby talk, which is “…the speech of an adult or older child imitating [the speech of a More…


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