feuilleton \FOI-i-tn\, noun:
- a part of a European newspaper devoted to light literature, fiction, criticism, etc.
- an item printed in the feuilleton.
Feuilleton originally referred to the light fiction or serial articles that commonly appeared in French newspapers in the 1840s after the fall of Napoleon. It is a diminutive form of the French word feuille meaning "leaf."
- v. to make a hasty exit whilst in the act of intercourse. sexited; sexiting
Marcus, coming to the realization that a violent and copious ejaculation was imminent, make a quick sexit so as to distribute his sperms in a more visually appealing manner.