(1) a universal word for objects (a) for which there is no good description, (b) for which one does not know the correct description, (c) when one cannot be bothered by using the correct description, or (d) where there are a number of unalike objects for which a collective name is unavailable
(2) a word with a slightly negative meaning used to describe objects
VERB (active) - can mean nearly anything you want it to mean at any given time.
(1) a universal word for any action (a) for which there is no good description, (b) for which one does not know the correct description, or (c) when one cannot be bothered by using the correct description
(2) a word with a slightly negative tone used to describe action
(1) Upon discovering the myriad contents of Sue's designer purse spilled out across the kitchen table, Jean inquired of Sue, "Why is all this frine on the table?"
(2) After having a terribly stressful day at the office and running numerous mundane errands during his evening commute, Rob arrived home - only to find that his bichon frise had defacated in her crate during the day, which prompted Rob to exclaim, "Why has so much frine happened to me today?"
(1) While spooning cake batter into the cups in the cupcake baking pan, a preoccupied Pat noticed that the snaps cooking on the stove were boiling too rapidly. Therefore, Pat asked Tiffany, "Please frine the snaps."
(2) As Trevor approached Rob in a mildly threatening manner while carrying pregnant water balloons, Rob warned, "Trevor, don't frine me."