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fellow-man a fellow member of the human race.
fellowship the condition of being fellows. [4 definitions]
fellow traveler one who does not belong to a group, esp. the Communist party, but supports or espouses its doctrines and aims; sympathizer (used as a derogatory label).
felly the rim of a wheel with spokes.
felon1 a person who has committed a serious crime, such as murder, rape, or burglary; one who has committed a felony.
felon2 a serious infection of the finger or toe, usu. near the nail.
felonious of, related to, or having the nature of a felony.
felony any of several crimes, such as murder, rape, or burglary, defined by law as serious and punishable by a more stringent sentence than a misdemeanor.
felt1 past tense and past participle of feel.
felt2 a non-woven fabric made of matted, compressed animal fibers, another matted fabric resembling it, or an article made of it. [6 definitions]
felucca a small, narrow boat with one or two lateen sails, used on the Mediterranean and the Nile.
fem. abbreviation of "feminine."
female any human being or animal of the sex that produces eggs or conceives and bears young. [4 definitions]
feminine of or relating to a woman or girl; of the female sex. [4 definitions]
femininity the quality or condition of being a woman. [2 definitions]
feminism the doctrine advocating the same social, political, and economic rights for women as for men. [2 definitions]
feminize to make or become feminine.
femme (informal) a girl or woman. [2 definitions]
femoris (Latin) of the femur; used to identify an anatomical structure, such as a muscle, an artery, or a ligament, as being associated with the femur.
femur the long bone in the leg in primates, or the hind leg in quadrupeds, extending from the pelvis to the knee; thighbone. [2 definitions]
fen1 a low-lying, marshy tract of land; bog.