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(semantic change) rapping or rhyming talent =A rapper or poet is said to have flow if they can easily string together lines that rhyme and feel fluid. The fluidity of rhyming is probably More…

flowcharting

Making a flowchart. =I’ve been flowcharting for more than an hour. I have a lot of things to plan. Etymology : Derived from the word flowchart, this derivation is the verb form. It is More…

Floxxed

A gene that is surrounded, both upstream and downstream, by the LOX gene. =We targeted the LOX sites of the floxxed gene to create a knockout mouse. Etymology : A blending of More…

flu

euphemism for the next-day sickness with flu-like symptoms one has after a night of heavy drinking I first heard this word when my best friend’s older sister told her mom that she had More…

Flump

To fall downwards in an undignified manner, usually as acted on by gravity. This word probably came from an onomatopoeic description of someone falling heavily. Blending and clipping is More…

flumped

To hit your head against something The word kind of means what it sounds like. It was kind of the first word my roommate expressed after she hit her head. I also think fl- beginnings are More…

flurpie

A frozen fruit drink David Letterman persuaded Rupert Jee to sell slurpies (flavored fruit drinks) at the Hello Deli, but after using the term so many times on the show, 7-Eleven told them More…

flush run

any type of cones laid out before a running workout and all you have to do is run around them and your done =Our workout consisted of a classic flush run and pushups. Etymology : More…

flustrated

To be angry or confused about something Flustrated is usually used when something is difficult or giving a hard time. It is more popular among students, especially since it is usually used More…

Fly

Cool, attractive. ="Andre looks fly in that car" Etymology : Zero derivation from the verb "fly". =Song by baby bash "Suga suga how you get so fly"

Fly (3)

(From the verb fly which normally refers to the action of soaring in the sky and now is being used as an adjective.) Refers to something cool or in style. =First heard the song Suga Suga in More…

Flying

(Verb) Euphemism for getting high off of smoking weed. =The neologism flying came from the metaphorical use of the modern English word flying to describe the feeling that occurs from More…


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