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floopy

the state of being disengaged from reality for a brief amount of time. Being out of it, unaware, or detached Type of word formation: folk etymology; attached to the word is simply a sense More…

Floorcest

(slang; colloquially; [floor + (in)cest]) Sexual relations between two people (generally college students) who live on the same floor; typically used in the context of college dorms. More…

floordrobe

A humorous reference to a messy bedroom, in which the inhabitant’s clothes are kept on the floor rather than in the closet. =The fact that “floor” rhymes perfectly with “war” makes this More…

floorsgiving

“Floorsgiving” in a noun and a blend. It refers to the annual event on 7th floor at Brown College, when all the students of 7th get together, order food, and talk about what they are More…

Floozy

(metonymy) From the speaker: “a dim side chick.” A woman who is promiscuous and of low moral character. =He was hanging with his floozies. Etymology : This is an example of metonymy More…

Flop

(new meaning) To fall on purpose with little or no physical contact with players on the opposite team. When a player flops, he exaggerates the movement and fall on the floor in a dramatic More…

Flopulous

fabulous for a flop. Someone who is pretty fabulous or grand despite their status as a flop (a person who fails to have successful endeavors). =A blending of "flop" and More…

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Floss

To move with ease, usually in a social gathering; to slide, glide, go, or walk. Possible reason used: The verb to floss means to clean in between your teeth by sliding a waxed string in More…

Floss

The act of showing off expensive jewelry. Saying floss greatly reduces the number of words needed to describe the action of showing off expensive jewelry. Also, saying show off has more of More…

floss

to move at a steady pace This word was used to describe the briskness of ones approach to a destination. =I’m going to floss back to Jones. Etymology : floss. Derived from 'floss' More…

floss

To show off something, especially something flashy or expensive Reason used: Flossing is a term coined by rappers who have a lot of expensive flashy things that want to show them off. More…

floss

to show off possible reason used: Brent said this word because he thought it would be funny to say such a thuggish word. He listens to rap a lot, so he often uses their words in a joking More…

floss(1)

(zero derivation) to show off something, like flashy or expensive jewelry. =from the zero derivation of ‘floss,’ meaning ‘to clean (between one’s teeth) with dental floss.’ More…

Flossin'

Definition: to show off, to cruise around in one’s car in order to impress people of the opposite sex (usually men trying to impress women). Flossin’ Origin: I first heard More…

flossy

(melioration) extremely stylish, extravagant =The term is used as a compliment to describe someone who is stylish and seems like they are living a very glamorous lifestyle. It has lead to More…

Flossy (2)

(derived) stylish and attracting attention due to clothes, jewelry, make up, hair, etc. =Extension of Modern English floss, which is used to clean teeth. Clean is a synonym for flossy in More…

flouncey

skirt that hangs limply or is gathered and sewn at the top hem so that it is wavy My first hearing of this word was in the fall of 2005 when my friends started calling the new skirts in More…

FLOW

Slang. Rapping. =Flow on the mike. Etymology : from the observation that rapping usually contains long strings of text without many pauses =Conversation

Flow Vermimetry

(noun) a type of experiment that uses flow cytometry equipment to sort organisms (specifically worms) by size and fluorescence =This term is used pretty much only in the Kirienko lab, More…


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