Definition of Feats

1. Noun. (plural of feat) ¹



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Definition of Feats

1. feat [n] - See also: feat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feats

feathertop
featherweight
featherweights
featherwood
featherwoods
featherwork
featherworks
feathery
feating
featlier
featliest
featly
featness
featous
feats (current term)
featuous
featural
featural surgery
feature
feature article
feature creep
feature film
feature films
feature phone
featured
featureful
featurefulness
featureless
featureless thecal sac

Literary usage of Feats

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1. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1808)
"... by fome elegant gentlemen's country- feats and gardens. Here I was obliged to ferry the river, in order to get into the Oxford-road, which alfo leads to ..."

2. Our Wild Indians: Thirty-three Years Personal Experience Among the Red Men by Richard Irving Dodge (1884)
"feats AND MARVELLOUS EXPLOITS. An Indian Story Teller — The Favorite of the Women — The Sign Language — Outdoor Sports — Life in the Saddle — Wonderful ..."

3. The American Railway: Its Construction, Development, Management, and Appliances by Thomas Curtis Clarke (1889)
"... feats OF RAILWAY ENGINEERING. BY JOHN BOGART. Development of the Rail—Problems for the Engineer—How Heights are Climbed—The Use of Trestles—Construction ..."

4. Crabb's English Synonyms by George Crabb (1917)
"The same words may also be applied in an indifferent sense to familiar objects, as the exploits of a freebooter, or feats of horsemanship. ..."

5. Letters on Natural Magic by David Brewster, James Alexander Smith (1883)
"The properties of the mechanical powers, however, seem to have been successfully employed in performing feats of strength which were beyond the reach even ..."

6. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble by Thomas Malory, Alfred William Pollard, William Caxton (1903)
"... CHAPTER LXVIII How Sir Tristram and his fellowship jousted, and of the noble feats that they did in that ..."

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