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frouple (noun) : two friends who are often mistakenly though to be romantically involved
Submitted by: Sara from Georgia Us on May. 29, 2010 22:25
(noun) : person who is called a cousin by another, although there is no blood relationship
I have a frousin in New York who is visiting me next weekend. —Michael,
Submitted by: Pally from New Jersey on Nov. 28, 2006 14:00
frown lines (noun) : lines in the skin between the eyebrows caused or deepened by frowning
Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Dec. 01, 2008 17:32
frownies (noun) : pads that are applied to forehead and corners of eyes and mouth to re-educate underlying muscles to assume correct, relaxed, natural appearance
Submitted by: Opra Windoodles from Pennsylvania on Nov. 21, 2007 15:52
froyo (noun) : frozen yogurt
Submitted by: Super Soy on May. 20, 2009 23:02
frozens (noun) : frozen foods or drinks
Submitted by: on May. 01, 2013 19:37
fructitious (adjective) : fruitful
Submitted by: martin del hemphill from Washington on Jan. 29, 2009 02:46
frud (noun) : the combination of dirt in water under freezing temperatures
There is a a lot of frud around this winter.
Submitted by: jeff AKA Cuzzin Jeff from Pennsylvania on Jul. 06, 2007 17:59
fruff (noun) : It's the combination of 'ruff'(noun); the pleated, starched muslin or linen collar that framed the face worn in the late 16th and early 17th centuries and 'fluffy;(adjective) meaning light and soft. The combination of these two words describes the mane of long hair around a cat's neck.
I prefer long haired cats with a very nice fruff . (used as a noun) or "Boy, that cat sure is fruffy!" (used as an adjective)
Submitted by: Sarah Choate from Texas on Mar. 08, 2007 18:40
Frugada (other) : a short word for "Good God!" or "Holy Cow"
Her legs are like frugada.
Submitted by: Tiffany from Florida on Nov. 25, 2005 17:26