from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. an abbreviation of Fahrenheit; -- used in designating temperatures; Used as an alternative to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Fahrenheit.
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Mit Fried 'und Freud' fahr 'ich dahin,  h081-p3. 1
There's alot of debate around that with numbers in the mild "around 2 degrees fahrenheit" to severe -- fifteen deg fahr more or less.
May 20, 2009 at 8:12 pm o noes …. i haz a sad. to fahr too kome frum texus. hab funz, yalls!
July 30, 2009 at 7:24 am tis eh fahr, fahr betta tink ai nom den ai has eva nommed beefour…
Yeah, whut she sed! kno fahr hoggin awl teh blankeez!
January 2, 2008 at 7:38 pm patticlan, i duzzint fink enny old dayz wuz dem gud old dayz. 2 menny siknisses, 2 menny tyrannikkal bastiches, 2 littel knowlidjes, 2 littel powr an 2 mutch powr atta same time… i 4 fyootchur. butt nawt innerest in goin 2 fahr away fyootchur. den dey just finks so i stoopeh monkeeh. fyootchur peeps, i meens i taykes da fyootchur as it come eetch day.
FFE: I believe one cannot fahr auf England, it would get too wet.
Put some folks in a tent-revival, old-timey setting for a good hour of heavy-handed, fahr-n-brimstone preachifying in place of the violent video games.
"Let us go outsad an 'fahr a few of these-here guns," Andrew said craftily.
“Oh, Rosina,” he called out, “do you want to _fahr_ from here on _mit_ the _Bahn_ or the _Schiff_?”
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