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FRENEMY

A person who is a friend but fights and competes lovingly. Possible reason used: FRENEMY is a cute way of describing a person you care about but compete with at the same time. It is the More…

Frenemy

An individual (usually a female) who is actually considered an enemy, but treated as a friend in order to prevent tension or conflict. Often the treatment is superficial and both parties More…

Frenemy (1)

(Blending) A person who pretends to be a friend, but in reality harbors negative or competitive feelings towards the other. Although one person may be a frenemy of another, the connotation More…

Freppy

(blend) Used to describe someone who is, in a stereotypical way, acting both like a fraternity boy and preppy at the same time. =Used by outsiders to describe a stereotype. Etymology : More…

Fresh

(noun) Meaning something is new or appears to be new or in style =Those shoes are fresh Etymology : Derived from the term used for fruit being "fresh" =Justin Gross 9/1/11

fresh

awesome or cool =Synonymous with cool and sweet, fresh describes something that is generally appealing. This often is aesthetic appeal in some manner, such as visual or physical character. More…

fresh 1

(zero derivation) To appear nicely put together; well-dressed =Derived by metaphorically interpreting the original meaning, clean or new, and applying it to ones appearance. Came about More…

Freshalicious

(blending/clipping) Having an enhanced flavor when warm or freshly made that is lost over time or when reheated. ="Those cookies you made last night were freshalicious." More…

Freshomore

1. a sophomore who has transferred to another college, but only has enough credits to be classified as a freshman 2. a freshman entering college who has enough credits to be classified as a More…

Frettiness

the state of being fretful; likely to be restless and worried =This is a syntactic change of the verb, ‘fret,’ to the noun form through addition of the suffix ‘-ness’ and the linker More…

Frick

(Interjection) Euphamism for fuck. =Instead of saying the curse word, frick can be used as an alternative. ="What the frick is that?" 2011

Frick (2)

(Novel creation) Expression of discontent and disgust, potentially extreme anger =Can be used in place of “fuck” to express extreme discontent. Probably created as an alternative to saying More…

frick nabbit!

(Euphemism) An expression used to convey negative emotion, including disappointment, frustration, or anger =This term is a synonym for “Gosh darnit!” and other such sayings. It is used More…

fridget

(combination of the words fridge and widget) The objects that adorn the door of a fridge. Could include magnets, high-scoring tests, and other decorations. =Used to talk about fridge More…

friend

To use the add friend option on Facebook, requesting that the other person allow you to add them as a friend. The verb form allows for succinctness in speech, referring to a specific More…

friend

the act of asking someone on Facebook to accept one as a friend. The term friend (n.) underwent zero-derivation and is being used as a verb. As a word used as part of an online social More…

friend

To add someone to a list of friends on any of a large group of internet sites used for chat and e-mail communication. This is a word in madern culture having to do purely with the internet More…

friend

To add a person to your circle of friends on facebook.com. Since its inception in 2003, the website facebook.com has become central to college students’ social lives. Membership in More…

friend (1)

(semantic broadening) To request to be a person’s “friend” on Facebook. A Facebook friend can view your information and communicate to you on your wall. Friending is the act of sending the More…

friend (2)

to add someone as a friend on Facebook, or to accept a friend request on Facebook =The verb to friend comes from the action of adding a friend on the online social network Facebook. The More…


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