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- interj. Expresses flustering and anger.
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Uefa, Fifa, fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman.
Well, we shall see-as we shall see whether beanstalks do grow to the sky and whether "fee-fi-fo-fum" in fact translates as "I told you so."
Jehovah of the Old Testament the fee-fi-fo-fum ogre of popular imagination, that tyrant of the heavens whose unfairness in choosing
I then get into the fee-fi-fo-fum bit a few times, complete with British accent and the blood of an Englishman.
Jack wasn't there, luckily, and the ogre's wife said: "There you are again with your fee-fi-fo-fum.
But Jack wasn't there, luckily, and the ogre 's wife said, "There you are again with your fee-fi-fo-fum.