Meaning of Liff: FAIRYMOUNT to FOINDLE
(Liff words collected: 550)
FAIRYMOUNT : (vb.n.) Polite word for buggery.
FARDUCKMANTON : (n. archaic) An ancient edict, mysteriously omitted from the Doomsday Book, requiring that the feeding of fowl on village ponds should be carried out equitably.
FARNHAM : (n.) The feeling you get about four o'clock in the afternoon when you haven't got enough done.
FARRANCASSIDY : (n.) A long and ultimately unsuccessful attempt to undo someone's bra.
FEAKLE : (vb.) To make facial expressions similar to those that old gentlemen make to young girls in the playground.
FINUGE : (vb.) In any division of foodstuffs equally between several people, to give yourself the extra slice left over.
FIUNARY : (n.) The safe place you put something and then forget where it was.
FLIMBY : (n.) One of those irritating handle-less slippery translucent plastic bags you get in supermarkets which, no matter how you hold them, always contrive to let something fall out.
FLODIGARRY : (n. Scots) An ankle-length gabardine or oilskin tarpaulin worn by deep-sea herring fishermen in Arbroath and publicans in Glasgow.
FOINDLE : (vb.) To queue-jump very discreetly by working one's way up the line without being spotted doing so.
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