a feen for (something)(redirected from feen for it)
a feen for (something)
Someone who has a frequent need or desire for something. ("Feen" comes from the word "fiend.") Get me away from the dessert table—you know I'm a feen for chocolate!
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feen for something
in. to desire something habitually; to be a fiend for something. (From fiend, meaning addict, as in dope fiend.) Billy Bob’s feening for some grub.
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