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Definition of "fellowed" [fellowed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of fellow. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fellowed" in a sentence
  • "Financial reform ll be passed unanimously, energy reform, education reform and immigration reform ll be fellowed."
  • "They spin it and say “empathy for fellowed disfavored” but there were other goals they sought to accomplish here."
  • "But I was seized with a fever of foolish curiosity and went up to the door of that tent, wherein I saw a young man, without hair on his cheeks, who fellowed the new moon; and on his right hand was a slender-waisted maid, as she were a willow-wand."
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