[foo-tee] /ˈfu ti/
adjective, footier, footiest. Northern British Dialect.
poor; worthless; paltry.
- Foo yong
/ˈfuː ˈjɒŋ/ noun 1. a Chinese dish made of eggs mixed with chicken, crab meat, etc, and cooked like an omelette
[foo-zuh l] /ˈfu zəl/ verb (used with or without object), foozled, foozling. 1. to bungle; play clumsily: to foozle a stroke in golf; to foozle on the last hole. noun 2. act of foozling, especially a bad stroke in golf. /ˈfuːzəl/ verb 1. to bungle (a shot) noun 2. a bungled shot noun verb To […]
[fop] /fɒp/ noun 1. a man who is excessively vain and concerned about his dress, appearance, and manners. /fɒp/ noun 1. a man who is excessively concerned with fashion and elegance n. mid-15c., “foolish person,” of unknown origin, perhaps related to fob (v.), German foppen “jeer at, make a fool of.” Sense of “dandy” is […]
[fop-uh-ree] /ˈfɒp ə ri/ noun, plural fopperies. 1. the clothes, manners, actions, etc., of a . 2. something foppish. /ˈfɒpərɪ/ noun (pl) -peries 1. the clothes, affectations, obsessions, etc, of or befitting a fop n. 1540s, “foolish action,” from fop + -ery. Meaning “behavior and manner of a fop” is from 1690s; meaning “foppish attire” […]