Definition of Fecks

1. n. A corruption of the word faith.



Definition of Fecks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of feck) ¹

2. Noun. (context: in minced oaths) Faith. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fecks

1. feck [n] - See also: feck

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fecks

fechters
fechting
fechts
fecial
fecials
fecifork
fecit
feck
fecked
fecking
feckless
fecklessly
fecklessness
fecklessnesses
feckly
fecks (current term)
fecula
feculae
feculas
feculence
feculences
feculencies
feculency
feculent
fecund
fecundability
fecundate
fecundated
fecundates
fecundating

Literary usage of Fecks

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1. The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1811)
"No, i fecks, I a'n't strong enough — lend me a hand. Gripe. ... I'fecks I'm all in a flutter too - but then the treasure — ay — that keeps me up. ..."

2. The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces by Thomas Dibdin (1815)
"That's clever, i'fecks! Slay; is the vault deep? ... [Entering the Pyramid"] I'fecks, I'm all in a flutter too; but then the treasure—ay, that keeps me up. ..."

3. A Glossary of Obscure Words and Phrases in the Writings of Shakspeare and by Charles Mackay (1887)
"If so, i fecks or i fakirs would signify evidently, rather than in faith, and this is apparently the true meaning. Imogen. In the play of " Cymbeline," ..."

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