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fudge factor

noun

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fudge nuts

interjection

  • exclamation of displeasure.
    What the fudge nuts?!

    Last edited on Aug 17 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 16 2010.

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fudgers

  • alternate for the word fuck; used when something bad happens

    Last edited on Dec 11 2004. Submitted by kevin s. on Dec 11 2004.

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fuffies

  • when it's cold and your nose starts to drip.
    Oh man I gonna get fuffies.

    Last edited on Oct 26 1998. Submitted by Lena from Farmingdale, NY, USA on Oct 26 1998.

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fu-fu water

  • perfume, cologne

    When Dad was taking Mom some place special, he would say, "I even put on some fu-fu water for you."

    Last edited on Jan 06 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 06 2012.

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fug

adjective

noun

  • unclean air, e.g. smoky, stale, smoggy, or poorly-ventilated.
                                                                                                                         

    Citation from Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince, J.K. Rowling, 2005 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on May 31 2010.

verb - ambitransitive

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fugazey

  • Fake.
    Her engagement ring may have a nice setting but the diamond is a fugazey.

    Last edited on Apr 26 2009. Submitted by Anonymous from Warwick, Rhode Isl 02889, USA on Apr 26 2009.

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fugazi

  • Acronym: "Fouled Up, Got Ambushed, Zipped In" from Vietnam War era (may have started earlier), reputed to have originated with the British Military. Used by troops throughout south-east Asia.

    " Revitalized with the public by the release of the first Wolf of Wall Street , trailer when Mark Hanna (played by Matthew McConaughey) explains to Jordan Belford (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) 26 seconds into the trailer - his thoughts on the forecasting of stock prices;

    Mark Hanna: Nobody knows if a stock is gonna go up, down, sideways or in circles. You know what a fugayzi is?

    Jordan Belford: No - Fugazi. It's a fake...

    Mark Hanna: Fugayzi, Fugahzi, it's a wahzi, it's a woozie, it's a (whistles) fairy dust. "

    Last edited on Dec 22 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 22 2013.

adjective

noun

  • The word "Fugazi" popped up in the film Donnie Brasco with Al Pacino. "Don da Jeweler" gets approached privately by a real mafioso, Lefty Ruggiero (Al Pacino) who wanted to sell a hot diamond ring. After a quick inspection, Brasco pronounced it "a fugazi" - a counterfeit. After a bit of verbal sparring, the two men go to find the man who gave the ring to Lefty, relieving him of his Porsche in lieu of the fake diamond ring. From that point on, Donnie is in with Lefty, a troubled, lonely man who wants someone to follow in his footsteps. A similar theme was explored in the excellent crime drama The Mechanic.

    Last edited on Jun 18 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 18 2014.

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