phat phree

slang Not at all cool or good. A play on "phat," meaning cool or hip, and the phrase "fat free." Hyphenated if used before a noun. I don't know if I can tolerate another one of her lame phat-phree parties.
See also: phat, phree
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mod. not cool; not PHAT. (A play on fat-free.) We had to read some stupid, phat-phree play by some old homie called Jakespeer.
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