[ frik-ing, -in ]
/ ˈfrɪk ɪŋ, -ɪn /
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adjective, adverb Slang.
(used as an intensifier): He ate the whole fricking cake!
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Also frick·in’, frick·in [frik-in] /ˈfrɪk ɪn/ .
Origin of fricking
An Americanism dating back to 1935–40; probably an alteration of frigging, and euphemistically echoing frigging and fucking
Words nearby fricking
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How to use fricking in a sentence
Ronald Fricking Reagan supported gun control, as Brett Josephe reminds us in an op-ed for the Hartford Courant.
Every fricking Republican who has run for office since 2001.Obama’s Osama bin Laden Ad Is a Well-Played Attack|Michelle Cottle|May 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Presidential birthdays are supposed to be a big fricking deal.
British Dictionary definitions for fricking
/ (ˈfrɪkɪŋ) /
slang (intensifier)surrounded by fricking idiots
Word Origin for fricking
C20: euphemism for fucking
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