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Felloes

ˈfɛləʊz

Meanings of Felloes:

plural noun

The outer rim of a wheel, to which the spokes are fixed.

Usage examples:

On the walls hang all types of patterns, including well over a hundred for different sized wagon wh…

Fellow

ˈfel.əʊ

Meanings of Fellow:

noun

A man or boy.

Usage examples:

He was an extremely obliging fellow
adjective

Sharing a particular activity, quality, or condition with someone or something.

Usage examples:

They urged the troops not to fire on their fellow citizens

Fellow-feeling

ˌfel.əʊ ˈfiː.lɪŋ

Meanings of Fellow-feeling:

noun

An understanding or sympathy that you feel for another person because you have a shared experience

Usage examples:

There was a fellow feeling between everyone who had lived through the war.

Meanings of Fellowess:

noun

A female fellow.

Meanings of Fellowless:

adjective

Having no companions; alone, solitary; friendless.

Meanings of Fellowly:

adjective

Characteristic of or befitting a fellow, companion, friend, or peer; relating to fellowship, companionship, or friendship.

Meanings of Fellows:

noun

A man or boy.

Usage examples:

He was an extremely obliging fellow
adjective

Sharing a particular activity, quality, or condition with someone or something.

Usage examples:

They urged the troops not to fire on their fellow citizens

Fellowship

ˈfel.əʊ.ʃɪp

Meanings of Fellowship:

noun

Friendly association, especially with people who share one's interests.

Usage examples:

They valued fun and good fellowship as the cement of the community

Meanings of Fellowshipping:

noun

The action of "fellowship"; especially the action of entering into fellowship with someone; prayerful or spiritual communion with a fellow christian or christians.

Fellowships

ˈfel.əʊ.ʃɪp

Meanings of Fellowships:

noun

Friendly association, especially with people who share one's interests.

Usage examples:

They valued fun and good fellowship as the cement of the community

Fells

fɛl

Meanings of Fells:

verb

Cut down (a tree).

Usage examples:

33 million trees are felled each day
noun

An amount of timber cut.

adjective

Of terrible evil or ferocity; deadly.

Usage examples:

The fell disease that was threatening her sister

Felly

ˈfɛləʊz

Meanings of Felly:

noun

The outer rim of a wheel, to which the spokes are fixed.

Meanings of Felon:

noun

A person who has committed a felony.

Usage examples:

Such force was justifiable against 'felons', and a thief was a felon if he had two previous convict…
adjective

Cruel; wicked.

Usage examples:

The felon undermining hand of dark corruption

Felonies

ˈfel.ə.ni

Meanings of Felonies:

noun

A crime regarded in the us and many other judicial systems as more serious than a misdemeanour.

Usage examples:

He pleaded guilty to six felonies

Felonious

fəˈləʊ.ni.əs

Meanings of Felonious:

adjective

Relating to or involved in crime.

Usage examples:

They turned their felonious talents to the smuggling trade

Feloniously

fəˈləʊ.ni.əs.li

Meanings of Feloniously:

adverb

In an illegal manner that is a felony (= a serious crime that can be punished by one or more years in prison)

Usage examples:

Those officers were feloniously killed, meaning murdered by offenders, while the others died of oth…

Felonry

ˈfɛlənri

Meanings of Felonry:

noun

Convicts and ex-convicts regarded as a social class.

Usage examples:

The felonry have become rampant and insolent

Felons

ˈfel.ən

Meanings of Felons:

noun

A person who has committed a felony.

Usage examples:

Such force was justifiable against 'felons', and a thief was a felon if he had two previous convict…
adjective

Cruel; wicked.

Usage examples:

The felon undermining hand of dark corruption

Felony

mɪsˈprɪʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Felony:

noun

A crime regarded in the us and many other judicial systems as more serious than a misdemeanour.

Usage examples:

He pleaded guilty to six felonies

Felsic

ˈfel.sɪk

Meanings of Felsic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a group of light-coloured minerals including feldspar, feldspathoids, quartz, and muscovite.

Usage examples:

Felsic volcanic rocks

Felspar

ˈfɛldspɑː

Meanings of Felspar:

noun

An abundant rock-forming mineral typically occurring as colourless or pale-coloured crystals and consisting of aluminosilicates of potassium, sodium, and calcium.

Usage examples:

Quartz is associated most commonly with aegirine and potassium feldspar as well as zircon.

Felspars

ˈfɛldspɑː

Meanings of Felspars:

noun

An abundant rock-forming mineral typically occurring as colourless or pale-coloured crystals and consisting of aluminosilicates of potassium, sodium, and calcium.

Usage examples:

Quartz is associated most commonly with aegirine and potassium feldspar as well as zircon.

Felspathic

ˌfeldˈspæθ.ɪk

Meanings of Felspathic:

adjective

Containing or relating to feldspar (= a common type of mineral found especially in igneous rocks)

Usage examples:

Feldspathic veins were detected in the rock sample under the microscope., the geology in this area …

Meanings of Felt:

noun

A kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool or another suitable textile accompanied by the application of moisture or heat, which causes the constituent fibres to mat together to create a smooth surface.

Usage examples:

A felt hat
verb

Make into felt; mat together.

Usage examples:

The fibres are shredded and felted together

Felted

fɛlt

Meanings of Felted:

adjective

Covered with felt.

Usage examples:

A felted roof
verb

Make into felt; mat together.

Usage examples:

The fibres are shredded and felted together

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