First with the most; soonest and best equipped
[fr explanation said to have been given by Confederate General Nathan B Forrest of how he won a skirmish; he actually said ”Get there first with the most men”]
firstest with the mostest
[fuh-stet] /fʌˈstɛt/ noun 1. the smoke tree, Cotinus coggygria. 2. Also called young fustic. the dyewood of this tree.
[fuhs-chuh n] /ˈfʌs tʃən/ noun 1. a stout fabric of cotton and flax. 2. a fabric of stout twilled cotton or of cotton and low-quality wool, with a short nap or pile. 3. inflated or turgid language in writing or speaking: Fustian can’t disguise the author’s meager plot. adjective 4. made of fustian: a fustian […]
[furl] /fɜrl/ verb (used with object) 1. to gather into a compact roll and bind securely, as a sail against a spar or a flag against its staff. verb (used without object) 2. to become furled. noun 3. the act of furling. 4. something furled, as a roll. Idioms 5. furl in a body, Nautical. […]
noun See furkid