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Feal vs. Feat

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Fealadjective

(of things) Cosy; clean; neat.

Featnoun

A relatively rare or difficult accomplishment.

Fealadjective

(of persons) Comfortable; cosy; safe.

Featadjective

(archaic) Dexterous in movements or service; skilful; neat; pretty.

Fealadjective

Smooth; soft; downy; velvety.

Featverb

(obsolete) To form; to fashion.

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Fealadjective

(archaic) faithful, loyal

Featnoun

An act; a deed; an exploit.

‘The warlike feats I have done.’;

Fealadverb

In a feal manner.

Featnoun

A striking act of strength, skill, or cunning; a trick; as, feats of horsemanship, or of dexterity.

Fealverb

To hide.

Featverb

To form; to fashion.

‘To the more mature,A glass that feated them.’;

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Fealverb

(obsolete) To press on, advance.

Featadjective

Dexterous in movements or service; skillful; neat; nice; pretty.

‘Never master had a page . . . so feat.’; ‘And look how well my garments sit upon me -Much feater than before.’;

Fealnoun

alternative form of fail piece of turf cut from grassland

Featnoun

a notable achievement;

‘he performed a great deed’; ‘the book was her finest effort’;

Fealadjective

Faithful; loyal.

Featnoun

an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength

‘the new printing presses were considerable feats of engineering’;

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