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feeb

adjective

  • old, out-of-date, or falling apart. Origin: from "feeble".
    Man, this book is FEEB!

    Last edited on Mar 25 2013. Submitted by Rachel from Bloomington, IN, USA on Oct 24 1999.

noun

  • An individual who is seen as vulnerable to being robbed, extorted, deceived or intimidated by a gang -- especially one's own gang. A "mark".
    I sure put the fear into that feeb.

    Last edited on Oct 14 2008. Submitted by Julian from Norton, Massachusetts, USA on Oct 14 2008.

  • a feeble person.

    Last edited on Mar 25 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 28 2009.

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goob

  • a dork.
    She's acting like such a goob.

    Last edited on Oct 24 1999. Submitted by Betsey from USA on Oct 24 1999.

noun

  • In the freestyle Frisbee world, "goob" is a noun or verb meaning marijuana. "Hey, dude, got any goob?" or "Wanna goob?"

    Synonyms: all the ones pertaining to marijuana or smoking it. First heard the term at a freestyle tournament approx. 20-25 yrs. ago & many times since.

    Last edited on Feb 23 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 23 2015.

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goober

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grass

  • to report someone to the authority involved (police, school teacher).
    You grass on me and I'll kick your ass!

    Last edited on Mar 03 2013. Submitted by Cyberchick from UK on Oct 24 1999.

  • a snitch, informer (British English).

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Ivan from Croatia on Aug 01 2005.

  • Digger (Chris Mulligan) - the use of grass and "to grass" in this way arose as street argot in the London criminal subculture and dates back to the early part of the 20th century.

    There are two popular theories about how this came about - one is that it derived from the expression snake in the grass which actually dates all the way back to the Roman writer Virgil. A more likely possibility, since the usage first arose in London, is that it is rhyming slang for to shop or shopper, which have similar meanings (to shop someone is to turn them in to the police).Follow, if you can, the twisted route through rhyming slang - Policemen are often called "coppers" in British slang. That becomes "grasshoppers" in London slang. Someone who turns his pals, or their information over to the police "shops" them to the authorities becoming a "grass shopper", simplified to "a grass". Maybe that's where the word comes from and maybe its origins will remain shrouded in mystery.

    Last edited on Apr 20 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 20 2015.

noun - uncountable

  • marijuana.
                                                                                                                                            

                                                                                   

                                            

    Citation from "Find Your Happy Place", Life (TV, 2008), Season 2 Episode 1 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
                                                                                       

                                                                                                                     

    Citation from "Steve Guttenberg's Birthday", Party Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 5 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
    • See more words with the same meaning: marijuana.

    Last edited on Dec 25 2010. Submitted by gicio on Nov 21 2003.

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