from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A college fraternity.
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- n. Shortened form for fraternity, college organization. (Often used as a noun modifier.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a social club for male college undergraduates; a shortened form of fraternity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a social club for male undergraduates
Do these politicians get hazed and have to go thru initiation also ... cause it seems like the do a lot of "my frat is bigger and better then your frat" and party more then they do representing their people and districts.
In January they all moved into a newly renovated house on Long Island -- a place I call the frat house.
I kept thinking of a certain frat boy invader when I read it ....
The social-networking site Late Night Shots is sometimes described as a frat party in cyberspace, populated by attractive 20-somethings who socialize in Georgetown and gossip about each other in LNS's anonymous chat forums.
They don't even apologize for torture which they enabled and first described as a frat party and today defend as a necessary method to protect the homeland.
The thing is, people think that if there was no actual rape then there was nothing wrong with the overall pictures - bunch of entitled frat boys hire poor black women largely so that they can lord it over them in a racist manner, which intent they demonstrate quite clearly by their behavior.
She's what the boys call a frat ho, and the Secret Service allegedly had to clean up behind her partying ways.
I saw it plastered across the face of every entitled frat boy who already knew his way was paved.
Linda: How about posting nutritional information online for the University run dining ... eric: Do you farmers seriously have nothing better to do than claim your frat is the ...
The other house can only be described as a frat house.
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