Getting indirectly asked, in a carefully planned, roundabout way, whether one is homosexual, whether through intricate conversation or sending out friends as emmissaries.
The other day at Denny's, I saw a trucker get fielded by a scene kid.
by Luis Anderson January 03, 2008
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The streets or the trap where all the shit goes down in the hood
I'm in the field nigga u might get killed nigga
by Ace2487 August 17, 2014
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A figure of speech that describes being active, out & about and making connections.
Where you at bro?
Bout to be in the field. U street going up tonight.
by enjsmoove November 01, 2018
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That place the military sends your significant other where s/he can't use a cellphone.
See also, loneliness, boredom, fatigue, or frustration.
Boyfriend: I'm going to the field this week. I'll be back on Wednesday.
Girlfriend: Hello, vodka. You're my only real friend.
by littled November 18, 2007
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The act of exposing one’s self, usually a male wearing Lycra, in the presence of breastfeeding women.
Oi Daniel, did you hear Ben got locked up for fielding over the weekend?!
by Tinky Boy September 28, 2019
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Any word or phrase can be used as a prefix for -field (Ex: gayfield, sharkfield, fuckfacemotherfuck'nfield, bellerfield, stonedfield). Usually a specific characteristic of a noun is used to make up a -field. One can use a physical feature, clothing, quote, action, nickname, etc to create a new -field. Originated in Cincinnati, OH when bellerfield said gayfield.
Dude drops his burrito all over the floor. Dude is Spillfield (Spill -field).
by TAPEONE April 08, 2006
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The counterpart to Track, a sport prevalent in high schools. Often included in the term "Track and Field." Consists of events such as pole vault, high jump, long jump, shotput, and discus. The practice is a helluva lot easier than the running events, but players get about the same amount of credit. During meets, the "throwers, jumpers, and vaulters" can spend quality time checking out hot girls from other schools that are in running events.
-So do you play sports?
--Yeah, I do Track and Field.
-Oh really? I was on the track team in high school. What do you run?
--I run...shotput.
by Paultheman April 20, 2006
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