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  • n. Literature perceived to appeal to, or be marketed at, young men or bros, typically concerning violence, adventure, war, and military themes.

Etymologies

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From the English word frat (meaning immature juvenile adult male university student when used pejoratively), + lit as an abbreviation for the English word literature.

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