Webster's Collaborative New Word Dictionary - F

Ff

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - JK - L - M
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

This list contains either new words, newly or recently updated entries in the Oxford Dictionary
and new meanings for existing words. Would you like submit a new and trendy English word?

farbrengen (n.): a Hasidic gathering, usually with eating, drinking, singing, and discussion of hasidic teachings, held especially on the Sabbath and other festivals.

farkakte (adj.): covered in excrement. Rare.

flag-off (n.): the moment at which a race, esp. a motor race, is flagged off; the start of a race. Now chiefly Indian English.

fletched (adj.): of an arrow: fitted with feathers or vanes. Frequently with a modifier, as feather fletched, high fletched, etc.

Foucauldian (adj. and n.): of, relating to, or characteristic of the ideas or works of the French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault.

franger (n.): a condom.

futzing (n.): ineffectual or trifling activity; messing about; tinkering. Chiefly with around.