menacingly wild, savage, or hostile, something intense and furiously eager.
a person, for example, can be described as fierce
if he or she is fearless, different, stands out, oozes charisma and attracts the masses in an instant.
A case in which an adjective becomes a noun due to an omittance of the noun. The result is often vague and humorous.
For example, instead of saying, "What a fierce face", it would be, "What a fierce." This works with all adjectives.
She has a fierce.
Don't be talkin' bout my fierce!
It's because of my amazing.
I could really go for some delicious.
Girl who is on fire and posseses too much swag for the common man or woman to handle: Ineui Yang
She can hit all the notes to Beyonce's Love On Top? Oh she's fierce.
Extremely FABULOUS! high fashion, very couture, VERY posh! EVERYTHING done with extreme CONFIDENCE!!
the new Givenchy line is Fierce boo!
Since Tyra Banks' bastardized inception of the term into everyday housewife banter; gays have since denounced it. The only people that use it are middle school wannabees, straight women who think they're "down" and poser fashionista's. Anything that is to be considered "fierce" is pretty much mainstream to us gays.
Amy: "So what do you think of these Louboutin's?"
Sara: "OMFG, they are like, soooo fierce! They make your calves look totally skinny!"
A word used by two fashion divas, Tyra Banks and Christian Siriano. It is used to describe someone or something that stands out from the crowd for all the right reasons. It gets noticed.
1: Christian: Yeah I'm..kinda fierce and kind of a big deal.
O my God, My outfit was so fierce!
2: Tyra: It's gonna be...FIERCE!
Girl you betta work it and be fierce!