Definition of fantod in English:

fantod

Line breaks: fan¦tod
Pronunciation: /ˈfantɒd
 
/

noun

North American informal
A state or attack of uneasiness or unreasonableness: people calling me Ray just gives me the fantods
More example sentences
  • As Alma, Betsy Palmer gives a performance that is touching and precise as a girl with a bad case of the fantods.
  • I remember Emmeline Grangerford's mourning memorabilia giving Huck the fantods.

Origin

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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