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Nifonged is a verb that describes the railroading or harming of a person with no justifiable cause to do so, except for one's own gain. It can be used as a substitute for "screwed" and many other similar words.

It is created to display someone being taken advantage of unfairly by someone without scruples or morals.

We knew we were BEING NIFONGED when we were forced to pay an extra $50 duty to the customs agent for bringing foreign magazines into Mexico under the threat of jail time.

2. When I saw that the rebate on my new DVD player was not honored by the company I'd bought it from, I had the distinct feeling I was GETTING NIFONGED.

3. "When we noticed that our belongings were missing from our room, we had the distinct feeling we had been NIFONGED by the locals.

-variations - may be used in place of slang or common terms denoting a situation where one is "bamboozled" "hoodwinked" or "screwed"

Fonging Fonged

-examples

1. When the professor only gave me a B- on my paper, I had the feeling I was getting a royal FONGING.

2. When I walked in to find my Dog had chewed up my term paper I knew I was FONGED.

by Marco2006 June 25, 2006
 
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Nifonged describes the railroading or harming of a person with no justifiable cause, except for one's own gain. It is someone being taken advantage of unfairly by someone without scruples or morals. It is created more in disdain of North Carolina/Durham District Attorney Michael Nifong, and his screwing of 3 Duke University Lacrosse Team members and helping to inflame a tense racial situation for his own glory, ego, and political gain.
Being Nifonged, Getting Nifonged, Nifonged
-examples
1. We knew we were BEING NIFONGED when we were forced to pay an extra $50 duty to the customs agent for bringing foreign magazines into Mexico under the threat of jail time.
2. When I saw that the rebate on my new DVD player was not honored by the company I'd bought it from, I had the distinct feeling I was GETTING NIFONGED.
3. "When we noticed that our belongings were missing from our room, we had the distinct feeling we had been NIFONGED by the locals.
by FLASH7 June 25, 2006
 
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To be unjustly prosecuted by a politically motivated District Attorney.
Members of the Duke LAX team are being Nifonged.
by eyecandy October 04, 2006
 
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Politically ambitious no moral or ethical standards puruses legal action using his or her political office to forward their career and stature.
We are going nifong this guy even though we know he did not do it. Afterwards even though charges are dropped the target that was nifonged has been financially and publicly ruined.
by RJPierson July 27, 2007
 
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A term named after Mike Nifong, the disgraced Durham County, North Carolina, District Attorney who smeared the Duke lacrosse team for a 2006 rape that never happened.
The patriotic Americans got Nifonged by the left.
by StoogeWatcher July 15, 2010