1. (US campus) successfully.
|‘Girl of the Town’ in Bang-Up Songster 24: Then vot Countess or duchess of wealth and renown, / Comes it half so fat as a girl of the town?|
|‘Sleeping Beauty’ in Roderick (1967–9) I 60: ’Tis very plain he’d struck it fat, / This dufferin’ London muff.|
|Jest Of Fate (1903) 167: When, as she would have expressed it, ‘everything was going fat,’ she suddenly paused.|
|Da Bomb [Internet] 5: Busting fat: Doing something very well.|
|People of the Abyss 92: ‘There’s mugs never go out of Kent,’ spoke a second voice, ‘they live bloomin’ fat all along.’.|
|Bar-20 Days 136: There he flourished and waxed fat.|
|Troubling of a Star 35: You guys in the Air Corps really have it fat.|
3. very, extremely.
|Queens’ Vernacular 79: fat righteous (adv) 1. a lot ‘I dig you fat righteous’ 2. really, truly.|
to pose as a gentleman.