the combination of a positive mental spirit, bold words and unapologetic actions used collectively.
by PosR November 10, 2011
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A term that gay men used in the late 1990s and early 2000s to describe absolutely everything that was of "exceptional quality".
How was that circuit party?
Oh my god, it was fierce.
by Ayi Delisi March 22, 2004
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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.
by Preach It Sista April 23, 2013
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A word that can describe something as outstanding, really cool, eye catching, brutal and satisfying
"Your eyes look really fierce in this photo" - Tyra Banks
"That party was really fierce" - Slightly dramatic people
"That KFC was fierce!" - Hungover people
by Irish 1990 July 30, 2009
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A term mostly used by gay men to describe something good (example 1) or the way someone is dressed (example 2 and 2a). The tone of voice also matters (especially in example 2a)
Example 1
Person 1: "How was that party girl?"
Person 2: "Girl, that party was FIERCE as hell!"

Example 2
"Work! That outfit is FIERCE girl! You look good!"

Example 2a
"Hmph! No...that FIERCE, you need to take that off right now! It is so ova"
by PromisedDeath July 12, 2006
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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!"

by Gucci Ass December 17, 2008
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Fierce is a word used to describe strong women, however it also infers that a woman isn’t acting as we expect her to. Fierce is a particularly problematic sexist term, as it is often reserved for women of colour and reinforces the ‘angry black womanstereotype.
Instead of calling her fierce, he called her strong, as that was exactly what she was.
by Sexism Education March 6, 2022
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