from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative capitalization of FUD
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The tail of a hare, coney, etc.
- n. Woolen waste, for mixing with mungo and shoddy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The scut or tail of the hare, cony, etc.
- n. Woolen waste; the refuse of new wool taken out in the scribbling process, which is mixed with mungo for use. See mungo, shoddy.
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I have known and worked with Kappy for several years, and I and can't recall him writing anything, since I have known him, I would describe as "fud".
Current rating: Not yet rated [1 = poor; isn't "fud" another UK slang term for vagina?
Or is he a middle-aged fud who just doesn't get reality humour?
April 23rd, 2009 at 12: 57 am and again i say it mentions no where in the article that YOU have to have a cellphone or mobile phone or your a criminal STOP trying to spread fud mister copyright wannabe
All Replies from mosinman123 wrote 7 weeks 3 days ago yo man im 19 and im with you when i use a muzleloader i like that old style feel. of a flintlock or caplock muzleloader. if it was goog enough for elmer fud then its good enough for me.
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In much of the literary conflict, for instance, I find myself by temperament and taste on the old-fud, traditionalist side.
I think it was the lyrical quality of it, as well as, when you have really small hands at nine, it's just easier to play fud (ph) and it doesn't hurt as much.
For a look at the Bush budget and its political consequences, we're joined from Washington by Sam Collender, who is a budget analyst and the former editor-in-chief of the fud -- "Federal Budget Report."