Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Some what immoral; scandalous: as, “Paul de Kock's fi-fi novels,”

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Examples

  • From what I can tell, Mademoiselle Fifi is dressed up for the funeral.

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  • From what I can tell, Mademoiselle Fifi is dressed up for the funeral.

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  • From what I can tell, Mademoiselle Fifi is dressed up for the funeral.

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  • At a time when most vintage warplanes have retired to a quiet life on display in drafty museums, 65-year-old Fifi is embarking on a new mission: giving rides to paying enthusiasts and once again making the air-show rounds, which occasionally feature a simulated atomic-bomb attack.

    Owners of the Last B-29 Hope It Doesn

  • Kevin Leas for The Wall Street Journal At a time when most vintage warplanes have retired to a quiet life on display in drafty museums, Fifi is embarking on a new mission: giving rides to paying enthusiasts and once again making the air-show rounds At left, Fifi 's crew posed for photos at the Midland, Texas, AirSho on Oct. 8.

    The Warplane Who Wouldn

  • Eibmoz says: no, his Fifi is green, so he can play Cpt Kirk and the alien

    PROBABLY THE WORST THING EVER

  • I truly believe they think Fifi is better off dead than laying on your lap and eating from a dog dish.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Fifi is a street dog, she knows the lay of the land.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Nearby, Yana Syrkin of the canine label Fifi and Romeo stroked her Chihuahua, Yoda.

    Thank You, Kate

  • It was one of the stories they smuggled out of France, only to learn when they got to the U.S. that American publisher Houghton Mifflin had doubts about the name Fifi for a boy monkey.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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