comes from the root 'leet' meaning elite and/or of some higher importance. more commonly used as a derogative meaning superior. the prefix 'f' short for 'f**king' creates a new meaning 'fucking lite' commonly used in the day-to-day syntax of the common online gangsta and/or bitches and hoes.
"I watched star wars yesterday. It wasn't very fleet"
de fatmalakalikesdick 19 mai 2005
A brand name of enemas...where the term "Fleeting" comes from, regarding colon cleansing.
If you are constipated, you need to go Fleeting, with a Fleet enema.
de GenuineNerd 8 novembre 2010
a cool person who is incredibly fresh and has people that want to be fly like them

the term was originated in Marcy Projects BK, NYC...
person 1: Yo dat nigga stay shittin on deez bum ass niggas

person2: wrd...dat nigga stay fleet
de Detwyler 10 décembre 2008
To excrete one's feces via natural anatomical and physiological bodily functions.
I felt better after I fleeted.

Yesterday, I saw my doctor and we discussed fleeting.

It is important to fleet on a regular basis.
de GIMDpatient 24 juillet 2006
(adj) an word that can only be used to describe nouns that start with an "f," such as foxes, or foot

(n) a group of flunchkins
I only listen to Fleet Foxes.

I just saw a fleet of flittering flunchkins.
de magnanimousmag 2 mai 2011
In fanfiction a certain, usually slash, pairing is referred to as a ship.

Fleet is a natural extension of this, a group of ship sites sharing a single main access site form a Fleet.
The 'Jack Sparrow Fleet'
de illmtl 15 mars 2005
In fanfiction a certain, usually slash, pairing is referred to as a ship.

Fleet is a natural extension of this, a group of ship sites sharing a single main access site form a Fleet.
The 'Severus Snape Slash Fleet'
de illmtl 14 mars 2005
A unique clothing brand for the urban/skater audience that started in NYC.

They have an "alternative" look, similar to the look of musicians such as Pharrell, Lupe Fiasco, etc.
Damn, your fleet hoodie is bananas!
de thekid! 20 octobre 2006

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