A person of equal rank, position, or background; a peer.(noun)
One of a pair; a mate: found the lost shoe and its fellow. (noun)
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Use "fellow" in a sentence
"We all liked the captain, who was kind and considerate in his treatment of all hands; but it was fine fun for us to have "the old fellow" pressed -- "_old fellow_" of six or eight-and-twenty, as he was then."
"If it is my brother-officer's lot to fall in battle -- it's very well -- I run the same hazard -- he dies, as he ought to do, a brave fellow; but to stand by, and see a man die as he ought not to do, and die what is called an _honest fellow_!"
"Not a single freakin 'fellow from the frontline GOP force has said anything significant about this level of care."