Definition of fracket
- a jacket that people wear to fraternities or other large party scenes. Usually ugly, cheap, and not very warm. Worn to replace nicer, quality outerwear so that those items of value do not get stolen, lost, or damaged. From "frat" + "jacket".
Sorority Girl 1: "Ugh! This fracket doesn't go with my outfit!
Sorority Girl 2: It's better than having your North Face stolen. Anyways, no one will see it cause you're gonna throw it in a random room as soon as we get to the frat.
- See more words with the same meaning: fraternity, fraternities (related to).
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Other terms relating to 'fraternity, fraternities (related to)':
|Definitions include: a person who is in, or has been in, a college fraternity ("frat").|
|Definitions include: related to or similar to a fraternity.|
|Definitions include: pejorative term for a male in a fraternity, or a male who acts like a male in a fraternity.|
|Definitions include: of or relating to stereotypes of fraternity life.|
|Definitions include: related to or similar to a fraternity; "fratty".|
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