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Fork out

The frenzy experienced by a person who is worried, anxious, apprehensive, or too excited about an event that is to happen in the near future. Fork out is analogous to the utensil fork, with More…

FORKED

Finished. Done with an attempt. Appears only to be used to describe Howard Dean's attempt to gain the democratic nomination for president ('Howard Dean was forked by acting too crazy.') The More…

forkful

The quantity that can be held with a fork. To describe different quantities of food, common words used are mouthful, spoonful, teaspoonful, and tablespoonful. When food is picked up by a More…

Forking

(derivation, metaphor) forking-a form of affection between a couple(or friends) in which both people lay horizontally and one person hugs the other from the back. The difference between More…

formasual

the level of formality between formal and casual. This word is used mostly by people who usually attend less formal events and are usually unfamiliar with the proper level of formality at More…

formasual

a blend meaning attire somewhere between formal and casual wear =It's formasual, don't worry about it. Etymology : formasual. blend of form(al) + (c)asual =cousin

Formasual

The level of formality between formal and casual. : This word is used mostly by people who usually attend less formal events and are usually unfamiliar with the proper level of formality More…

Forrealdough

(word compounding & slang) Compounding of For + Real + Though. Understood in a serious manner. =“Forrealdough, we need to figure out what we are doing later.” Etymology : adverb – More…

forsho

(Blend of for and sure.) Used as a way to agree to a claim or request. Can be used as a replacement for the more popular "fosho" which omits the r. Used as a shorter way of More…

forties

A 40 oz bottle of malt liquor. [Slang from bottle size forty ounces.] Many new words spring up in youthful crowds to describe aspects or drinking or doing drugs. This word is a slang term More…

Forum Troll

A person who frequents internet forums, causing trouble and making the lives of other people more difficult. reason used: My friend wished to convey to me that he was reading the internet More…

fosh

fo sho, for sure or definitely. An affirmative reply =Fosh was formed from a blending of fo sho, which is a clipped form of for sure, meaning definitely. The term is used in the same More…

foshizzle

A word used to show certainty, agreement, or affirmation. =The word foshizzle comes from the word “for sure” meaning something that is definite. The “izzle” sounding comes from a rapper. More…

Fosho

contraction meaning “for sure,” showing certainty Easier way of blending two words together to make one that just flows together. Many slang words these days are fomed from More…

fosho

for sure, without doubt =this is a creative respelling of the common phrasal adverb “for sure” to create one word. It takes the first sound of each word, “f” and “sh”, and modifies the More…

fountain day

The day in which a Jonesian is thrown into the Fairy Fountain (on their birthday). =Analogous to “birthday,” though with the added threat of “You’re going to be thrown in the fountain!” More…

Four-man

A type of living situation in which four people living together in a suite move their furniture into one room and leave the other A four-man is a type of living accommodation in which four More…

four-wheel

to drive a four-wheel drive vehicle in fields usually in such a fashion that a two-wheel drive vehicle would be insufficient to go off-reading is common for the speaker but he wanted to get More…

fource

For the fourth time ="Because as we've mentioned once or twice (OK, more like thrice or ... fource?) before, the world is full of heroes." Etymology : Blend of More…

Foxy cleopatra

A beautiful woman that is also intelligent and self-empowered. Possible reason used: The phrase Foxy Cleopatra was first heard in the movie Austin Powers’ Gold Member. It was the More…


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