funalicious

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of fun and delicious.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /fʌnəˈlɪʃəs/

Adjective[edit]

funalicious (comparative more funalicious, superlative most funalicious)

  1. (slang) Excitingly fun or enticing.
    • 2000 October 16, Sylvan Migdal, “from Spin.com..the NYC themes!”, alt.music.tmbg, Usenet
    • 2004 July 27, Tim Pratt, “Wealth”, Tropism, at www.journalscape.com/tim/ [1]
      we went to Lake Merritt for Mary Anne's birthday party, which was funalicious. Mmm, curry buns.
    • 2005 January 18, Brian Caswell and Theodore Stout, “Cisco IDS”, mailing.unix.snort, Usenet [2]
      > Sure, but is it funalicious?
      Over here in Japan, we usually say "Oishii" instead.
      Yeah, it is funalicious. I like it is a lot. [sic.]
    • 2005 October 25, David Ponce, “The ePod From Beyond”, OhGizmo!, at www.ohgizmo.com [3]
      You get a funalicious 128Mb of internal memory, expandable through SD, plus an MP3 player, a video recorder and a digicam.
    • 2006 October 14, Michael Choi, “KinFit Episode 8”, HobbEs TRaNsMoGRIFiED, at michaeltron.blogspot.com [4]
      For episode 8 we show you the Geek-a-cycle, cool free exercises you can get online and some funalicious ideas with apples and squashes.

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