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Definition of feeb



  • old, out-of-date, or falling apart.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.


  • 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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