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a suitable candidate for jousting, or simply poking with a stick
Louis I found Richard the lionhearted eminently fedorable. They were also suspected of being lovers.
by Sir Richard Branson February 14, 2008
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Able to be stretched to a fantastic degree.
One night while George and Carl got into one of those conversations straight guys wish they never started. They were trying to decide who's back end was more fedorable. After avoiding being candid for awhile, the grain alcohol kicked in, and George blurted out, "Hell I once had half of skull and bones up there. You know how wild those parties can get."
Carl couldn't get this out of his mind while he watched the State of the Union address.
by Jorge Bushata February 17, 2008
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easily roused to unreasonable and racist rage.
Luke looked like a gentle soul, but when he was wearing that funny white hood and holding a torch, he was fedorable.
by Bo Dukes nutsack February 16, 2008
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accordianlike, foldable, able to shrink.
The penis, the nipple, and the anus are remarkably fedorable organs.
by headache and nausea February 13, 2008
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disposable, trash, unable to be used for anything other than its now obsolete function.
When I'm gone, you don't need to bury me. Just toss me in the rubbish. I'm fedorable. I don't mind.
by headache and nausea February 12, 2008
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A term from the civil war describing whether a conscript was a suitable soldier. Believed to originate in the joining of the terms "fit or able."
No one doubted whether Robert E. Lee was fedorable. He was a hottie.
by Bo Dukes nutsack February 16, 2008
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anything constructed from felt.
fedorable housing is much easier to heat, and reduces carbon footprints. With the increasing number of hats showing up at estate sales, this is perhaps more important than what is happening in the middle east.
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