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f street - A state of completely being screwed on all levels.

e.g., Did you hear that Chris's girlfriend left him, and stiffed him on her half of the rent? She's also pregnant and is suing him for child support - but he's sterile, and can't be the father. He's on F Street these days.

submitted by Jason Brandenburg

f&f - Abbreviation for "file and forget."  Used with either "file" or "folder" (as in "F&F file" or "F&F folder"), it is the final repository for mandatory paperwork that is created as a result of procedural requirement but is ultimately unnecessary or of no consequence.

e.g., The police officer took a report when my iPhone got stolen, but I'm sure it wound up in the F&F file.

submitted by Bicycle Bill - (www)

f&f - Abbreviation for "file and forget."  Used with either "file" or "folder" (as in "F&F file" or "F&F folder"), it is the final repository for mandatory paperwork that is created as a result of procedural requirement but is ultimately unnecessary or of no consequence.

e.g., The police officer took a report when my iPhone got stolen, but I'm sure it wound up in the F&F file.

submitted by Bicycle Bill - (www)

f&f - Abbreviation for "file and forget."  Used with either "file" or "folder" (as in "F&F file" or "F&F folder"), it is the final repository for mandatory paperwork that is created as a result of procedural requirement but is ultimately unnecessary or of no consequence.

e.g., The police officer took a report when my iPhone got stolen, but I'm sure it wound up in the F&F file.

submitted by Bicycle Bill - (www)

f&f - Abbreviation for "file and forget."  Used with either "file" or "folder" (as in "F&F file" or "F&F folder"), it is the final repository for mandatory paperwork that is created as a result of procedural requirement but is ultimately unnecessary or of no consequence.

e.g., The police officer took a report when my iPhone got stolen, but I'm sure it wound up in the F&F file.

submitted by Bicycle Bill - (www)

führer - German for tremendous fuss. Furor.

e.g., The High Command was in a führer when they heard that Hitler had committed suicide.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

f'nuts - "Fucking" + "nuts," much more polite and lighthearted in nature. Typically used in response to an idea or suggestion that is found to be absurd or ridiculous, it is meant to comment on the state of mind the idea's originator is in.

e.g., You want to ask a nun out on a date? Are you f'nuts?

submitted by Todd Davis

f-bomb - Euphemism for «fuck». Often preceded by a form of "to drop."

e.g., The car wouldn't start, so I dropped the f-bomb in front of my grandmother.

submitted by Webb King

f-commerce - An alphabetic leap forward in e-commerce. Once internet companies e-enabled everything, now they are f-ing them.

e.g., F-commerce is the next logical step for our struggling dot com. I mean, we've f-d up everything else.

submitted by Rob

f-mo - F-word. From French: F meaning "F" and mo meaning "mot" or word.

e.g., She dropped the f-mo mid-sentence.

submitted by hannah

f-worm - Fishing worm. It's the big juicy worm you go fishing with, the earthworm or dew worm, nightcrawler.

e.g., If you use the f-worm to catch fish with, the fish will love it and take the bait. You can sometimes find these f-worms free, in the wet grass at night.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

f.d.g.b. - Abbreviation actually used by doctors to describe injured patients. Stands for Fall Down Go Boom.

e.g., Sorry to call you so late, doctor. We've got an F.D.G.B. here. We're gonna need you to come in.

submitted by Heraldmonkey

f.i.n.e. - F-ed up, insecure, neurotic, and emotional.use it when ur fealing that way.

e.g., "my day has been F.I.N.E. everything has gone wrong"

submitted by Glen

f.r - A shorten word of For Real.

e.g., Nah, F.R dawg, she told u that?

submitted by Eric

f2f - (adv.) Abbreviation for "face to face."

e.g., Abbreviations such as f2f turn up more and more these days. It's part of a new dialect: lol "laugh out loud," g2g "got to go," tbh "to be honest," imho "in my humble opinion," and so on and on. It takes a while, of course, to see meaning rather than random letters in these initialisms. I call it "glyphisis" (q.v.): the process by which we start seeing, not three symbols (f-2-f) but the words "face to face." Now, f2f hasn't fully glyphed in my mind. I still see "f-2-f." It doesn't help that it looks like it should be pronounced "fuh-toof!" like some magical sound effect: "Abracadabra!" Fuh-toof!

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

fab - Adjective, derived from the rather popular Thunderbirds puppetmation of the early 80s, Fab has been in use for quite some time and in its current context is an equivlent of "great!" Originally presumed to be an acroymn for Fire All Boosters.

e.g., Lady Penelope: Parker, get the car. Parker: Yes, m'lady. Lady Penelope: (On telephone) Yes, this is Lady Penelope, we are going to intercept the car now, Fab.

submitted by Fionacat - (www)

fab-flippin-tastic - Something that is incredibly good, so saying it's "fantastic" isn't enough; you have to combine three words to express your joy.

e.g., That gig was fab-flippin-tastic.

submitted by gena - (www)

fabbomateo - To indicate to someone that what you think she are saying is not just fantastic but she is also your friend. A combination of fabulous and mate.

e.g., Bill: "I think tonight is going to be a great night." Joel: "Yeah, it's going to be fabbomateo."

submitted by Joel Kilgour

fabeltastic - Existing only in the imagination, with the proviso that one imagines a fable.

e.g., Lassie says there are aliens in the back yard? That’s fabeltastic.

submitted by Arie Uittenbogaard - (www)

fabio - A man who is surprisingly never turned down by women. Almost always clad in outdated styles and fads.

e.g., Joe's 1983 mullet and elephant flares don't stop him from being a fabio with the ladies.

submitted by Briana Drake

faboo - Anything that's absolutely wonderful and fabulous, especially in a Southern California/West Hollywood fabulous kind of way.

e.g., Darling, you look so faboo stepping out of your new BMW Mini drinking that Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf blended iced mocha.

submitted by Not so faboo

fabrication - Collective noun: a fabrication of journalists.

e.g., Seeing articles following up on tonight's State of the Union Address by POTUS reminded me how the collective term fabrication of journalists came into being. | The fabrication was a joint effort by a fabrication of journalists.

submitted by HD Fowler

fabsolute, fabsolutely - Combination of absolute(ly) and fabulous(ly): superlative, wonderful.

e.g., Dina has a fabsolute smile, fabsolutely stunning.

submitted by rob - (www)

fabtacular - Fantastic or great.

e.g., That watch is fabtacular.

submitted by morgin

fabtastic - Fabulous plus fantastic.

e.g., That shirt is fabtastic.

submitted by jen

fabulicious - Fabulous-delicious. Great, fantastic, wonderful, yummy.

e.g., This word is simply fabulicious, Debbie.

submitted by Debbie

fabulous thunderbirds - Derogatory reference to the 80s blues-rock group: to lower in quality or be of exceedingly low stature.

e.g., Sheryl Crow used to be cool. It's sad to see her go all Fabulous Thunderbirds these days.

submitted by BigJ7489

fabuse - False accusation of abuse, either sexual or physical. Usually employed to destroy another.

e.g., Her fabuse followed him all the days of his life, yet her numerous bed partners were accepted because they provided fun and money.

submitted by Adrian R. Lawler

face card - Term used to describe a one hundred dollar bill.

e.g., Sam passed Will a face card.

submitted by flinch0

face like a smacked bum - An ugly person or someone with a sour, miserable expression.

e.g., That woman had a face like a smacked bum.

submitted by Mike


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