Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas and the seventeenth-largest city in the United States. Situated in North Texas and a cultural gateway into the American West, Fort Worth covers nearly 300 square miles.

It went from a sleepy outpost to a bustling town when it became a stop along the legendary Chisholm Trail, the dusty path where millions of cattle were driven North to market. Fort Worth became the center of the cattle drives, and later, the ranching industry. Its location on the Old Chisholm Trail, helped establish Fort Worth as a trading and cattle center and earned it the nickname "Cowtown."
Fort Worth is a city.
by samifers December 6, 2008
Fort worth is the craziest dopest place in Texas, if u ain't from fort worth u ain't shit pimpin
where u from son?
homie im Fort Worth for life.
by Jarren pimpin May 1, 2008
Let’s mosey on over to Fort Worth, Texas where the cattle roam the great open plains.
by Cowgirl420 March 15, 2019
Fort Worth is a city in Texas. It constantly competes with Dallas due to some kind of yuppie penis envy. If you live there and you are not a.) a yuppie, b.) someone studying to become a yuppie, c.) in a gang, d.) a crackhead, or b.) a suburban poser trying to be hip and gorging yourself on a strict diet of mainstream while disguised as some kind of rebel (usually designated by piercings, tattoos, and top-40 crap), you are likely to be bored and alienated here. In fact, you might experience simultaneous homicidal and suicidal ideation. I feel for you.
Fort Worth should really be called fucking Fort Worthless. I hate this boring yuppie shithole that sucks the life out of me.
Save yourself some time and just move to Dallas. On the bright side, the city DOES have some of the deepest pockets (insert Southlake/Westlake) and prettiest women around. It is the location of TCU, afterall... but the majority of Fort Worth is unfortunately flooded with 'hipsters', pseudo-artists, 'new-age-hippies' and other losers of the like. The famous Stockyards can be fun and, from time to time, draws some pretty big country performers (if you're into that sort of thing), but once the novelty wares off, you're left simply left with the above.
Visitor: "So, what do you all do for fun?"

Fort Worthian: "It's y'all....and we Drink."
by Chicagan March 18, 2013
The 5th Largest City in Texas, located about 40 miles West of Dallas. It's only redeeming quality is that this guy Collin lives there.
"Why are you going to Fort Worth, to see Collin?"
by Anonymous_ May 1, 2006
The largest metropolis of Texas. As of 2007, the fastest growing metro area in the country and home to almost 6 million residents. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is almost nothing but a sea of similar looking cookie cutter housing developments that continue unabated for miles and miles across the plains of north-central Texas. All the Metroplex cities are almost the same; Garland looks like Plano looks like Carrolton looks like Irving looks like Mesquite. The DFW Metroplex has more shopping malls than anywhere else in the U.S. The massive DFW Airport lies between Dallas and Fort Worth and is the 4th busiest airport in the U.S. as well as being the main hub for American Airlines. Despite being in the same metro area, Dallas and Forth Worth are vastly different. Fort Worth is way more “western” and friendly while Dallas is more haughty and “yuppie” or urban-professional. The Dallas-Fort Worth area was traditionally driven by big oil but is now reliant on high-tech industries, wholesale/retail trade and financial services. There are more millionaire oil magnates in the DFW area than anywhere else in the U.S. People in Dallas-Fort Worth generally drive either SUVs or pickup trucks. The woman are hot for the most part. Most of the people adhere to the religion of Dallas Cowboys football on Sundays.
Dallas-Fort Worth is a good place to live depending on where you are from. It's a surburban mix of Midwestern and southwestern culture rolled into one.
by April 11, 2008