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Definition of: fell

(fel) v.t.
1. To cause to fall; cut down.
2. In sewing, to finish with a flat seam.

1. A seam made by joining edges, folding them under, and stitching flat.
2. The end of the web in weaving.
3. The timber cut down during one season. [OE fellan]

Definition of: fell

Past tense of FALL.

Definition of: fell

(fel) adjective
1. Characterized by fierceness or cruelty; inhuman; barbarous.
2. Hideous.
3. Scot. Strong; sharp; heroic: fell liquor.
4. Scot. Huge; immense. [<OF, cruel, orig. nominative of felon. See FELON.]

Definition of: fell

(fel) noun
1. Hair; a growth of hair.
2. A hide or pelt. [OE, hide]

Definition of: fell

(fel) noun Scot. & Brit. Dial.
1. A tract of waste land; a moor.
2. A barren hill or upland level.

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