Main definitions of feeb in English

: feeb1Feeb2

feeb1

noun

North American
informal
  • A foolish or stupid person.

    ‘no way such feebs could be of any help’
    • ‘They got started, and I went over and smacked Ron one for being such a feeb.’
    • ‘Actually going to that feeb for help was worse than surrendering to dad and admitting I was nothing.’
    • ‘If you look at the camera or anywhere else, you'll look like a feeb.’
    • ‘On screen, however, he's a bumbling, fumbling, stuttering feeb.’
    • ‘I can't believe the feebs who are calling in to discuss the blackout.’

Origin

Early 20th century: from feebleminded.

Pronunciation

feeb

/fēb//fib/

Main definitions of feeb in English

: feeb1Feeb2

Feeb2

noun

the Feebs
US
informal
  • 1The FBI.

    ‘if the Feebs need to know license plate information, they can call the issuing state’
    1. 1.1 A member of the FBI, especially an agent.
      ‘they had always been friendly before Kathy became a Feeb’

Origin

1970s: shortened from Feebie; perhaps also influenced by feeb.

Pronunciation

Feeb

/fēb//fib/