[fee-zing] /ˈfi zɪŋ/
Often, feazings. an unraveled portion at the end of a rope.
verb (used with object), feazed, feazing. Nautical.
to untwist (the end of a rope).
(nautical) to make or become unravelled or frayed
a variant of feeze, faze
1. Fair Employment Board. 1. . abbreviation 1. February Federal Executive Board February
1. a combining form meaning “fever,” used in the formation of compound words: febriferous. combining form 1. indicating fever: febrifuge
- Fear and loathing
(Hunter S. Thompson) A state inspired by the prospect of dealing with certain real-world systems and standards that are totally brain-damaged but ubiquitous – Intel 8086s, COBOL, EBCDIC, or any IBM machine except the Rios (also known as the RS/6000). [Jargon File] (1994-12-06)
[feer] /fɪər/ noun 1. a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. Synonyms: foreboding, apprehension, consternation, dismay, dread, terror, fright, panic, horror, trepidation, qualm. Antonyms: courage, security, calm, intrepidity. 2. a specific instance of or propensity for such a […]