• Definition for "fy"
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fy definition

  • interjection:
    • Expressing disapproval.
    • Expressing disapproval.
    • A word which conveys blame, dislike, disapprobation, abhorrence, or contempt. See fie.
    • A word which conveys blame, dislike, disapprobation, abhorrence, or contempt. See fie.
    • articulating disapproval.
    • A word which expresses fault, dislike, disapprobation, abhorrence, or contempt. See fie.
    • Expressing disapproval.
    • A word which conveys blame, dislike, disapprobation, abhorrence, or contempt. See fie.
  • verb:
    • To absorb.
    • To eat up.
    • To digest.
    • To absorb.
  • others:
    • See fie.
    • See fie.
    • A suffix definition ‘make …,’ appearing in verbs of Latin beginning or of contemporary formation on the Latin mode]: as, dignify, make worthy; glorify, make marvelous; magnify, make great; stultify, make silly, etc.
    • See fie.
    • A suffix meaning ‘make …,’ appearing in verbs of Latin origin or of contemporary development in the Latin mode]: as, dignify, make worthy; glorify, make marvelous; magnify, make great; stultify, make foolish, etc.
    • A suffix meaning ‘make …,’ showing up in verbs of Latin origin or of modern-day formation in the Latin mode]: as, dignify, make worthwhile; glorify, make marvelous; magnify, make great; stultify, make silly, etc.
    • See fie.
    • A suffix meaning ‘make …,’ showing up in verbs of Latin source or of modern development regarding the Latin mode]: as, dignify, make worthy; glorify, make glorious; magnify, make great; stultify, make silly, etc.
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