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Adjective- To be like a frood (to be really amazingly together). Commonly used in Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's Guide trilogy of five books.
"Listen Ford," said Zaphod, "everything's cool and froody."

"You mean everything's under control."

"No," said Zaphod, "I do not mean everything's under control.
That would not be cool and froody. If you want to know what
happened let's just say I had the whole situation in my pocket. OK?"

-The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
by NeNay April 24, 2004
Unbelieveably excellent, especially in a chilled-out, laid back way.

See also frood.

{::froodier, -est; unfroody. Origin: Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guilde to the Galaxy books.}
Mate, there is no eating place froodier than Newtown Thai 2

Theatresports at Manning is just damn froody.

He's got to be the froodiest guy I've ever met.

Damn, why the hell are the SRC being so unfroody about VSU?
by Flynn_Mac May 05, 2006
Cool. From The Hitch Hikers series, when Zaphod describes something as "cool and froody".
"how froody is that new gizmo?"
by Luke October 10, 2003
cool! (kewl) derived from the word froodilicous, also known as great
oh my god your ass looks so froody in that dress!
by Anonymous March 21, 2003
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