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(fan+girl+ing) to obsess over someone or something similar to how a fan to a popular band or group would act, to be excited and act silly as if in the presence of someone famous when the More…

fangoriously

in a gory, graphic manor, usually involving fangs in some way. The speaker wanted to convey the way the fictional character in his story was being devoured by the gelatinous monster. No More…

fangoriously

Describing the furious gnashing of teeth, fangs, etc I know what you are thinking: weird word from a weird source, but hear me out. While the source is somewhat questionable, this a great More…

fanpage

a facebook page dedicated to connecting a public figure or phenomena to it's fans ="Did you hear that Lady Gaga's fanpage has more likes than Justin Bieber's?" More…

Fantabular

Great, fabulous, fantastic all at the same time. Possible reason used: This is a word used similar to another neologism ‘fantabulous’ which is a blend of More…

fantabulific

fantastic, fabulous, terrific all combined into one; used to describe something really awesome =Wow, that concert was so sweet! It was fantabulific! Etymology : blending and clipping More…

fantabulous

something that is really great Formed from fantastic and fabulous. Used to emphasize how great something is. =That is fantabulous. Etymology : Clipping/blend of fanta(stic) and More…

fantabulous

Incredibly exciting, marvelous To draw attention to how exciting a certain piece of news is with a new sounding word. =That’s fantabulous news! Etymology : blend of fantastic and More…

Fantabulous

Utterly amazing in quality or effect. (‘the fantabulous show’) Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: The word fantabulous means utterly amazing in quality or More…

Fantabulous

Surpassing fantastic or fabulous I have heard this word on numerous occasion; it falls into the same class as ginormous and gimongous. Fantabulous is a superlative of the two clipped words More…

FANTABULOUS

Really great, a cross between fantastic and fabulous. Speaker wanted to convey her sincerest hope that the next day would be good. Neither fantastic or fabulous quite seemed to describe More…

fantabulous

extremely awesome, fabulous, fantastic By combining two positive adjectives, fantabulous emphasizes those meanings. It is shorter, cooler and more interesting sounding than “really More…

fantabulous

being quite enjoyable =That movie was fantabulous. I couldn’t stop laughing. Etymology : combination of the words “fantastic” and “fabulous” =friends

FANTABULOUS

beyond fabulous. [Also,] "This fantabulous four-poster bed can be yours..." (Television advert) =It's fantabulous! Etymology : blend of fantastic and fabulous =Conversaton with More…

Fantabulous

Fantabulous is along the same lines as fantastic and fabulous. It is another term for something that is great or awesome. Both blended words mean approximately the same thing, so it is not More…

Fantabulous

Describing something that is beyond greatness and satisfactory. Apparent Meaning: This word is used to describe something that is beyond good or something that is extra pleasing. Type of More…

Fantabulous(2)

An exaggerated way of saying Amazing, great =fantabulous fall!! =D Etymology : blending of fantastic and fabulous =the name of a photo album on facebook

fantabulous3

(blending of "fantastic" and "fabulous") being fantastic and fabulous at the same time; overall, being cool/amazing and very fashionable at the same time. =Derived from More…

Fantasmic

fantastically pleasing This word is used in order to convey an extreme state of satisfaction and enjoyment. It exaggerates and deepens the connotation of fantastic through adding More…

fantastical3

being extremely amazing, magnificent, and great; fantastic and magical at the same time. =Derived from the words "fantastic" and "magical." The two words were blended More…


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