feeb


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feeb

(fiːb)
n
a feeble-minded or contemptible person
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A motion that the board should take no position on the FBBE petition failed 17-25, and then, the board, by voice vote, approved the special committee's proposal to support the FEEB unless it is shown raising the passing score would adversely affect minorities' access to the profession.
Slothrop goes out a loser, a "tanker and feeb," as Pynchon puts it (738), but in this outcome can be seen a certain "preterite" revolution--if not victory, then at least a deconstruction of history and other hierarchical processes.
The Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, or FEHBP -- pronounced, rather disconcertingly, as "Feeb."
"Poor damned feeb. I'll come out.' As county attorney he had no business there, even if it had not been an accident.
Pfanner caught the wrath of a missed lock on this feeb, taking a heavy slam to his back on the ground.
In February 2009, LOFSA issued an operating license to Far East Export Bank (FEEB), a wholly owned subsidiary of Iran-based Bank Mellat.
Grinnup as a poor "damned feeb" who lived at his river camp