Definition of Feists

1. Noun. (plural of feist) ¹



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Definition of Feists

1. feist [n] - See also: feist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feists

feint
feinted
feinter
feintest
feinting
feints
feirie
feis
feiseanna
feist
feistier
feistiest
feistily
feistiness
feistinesses
feists (current term)
feisty
feith
feithe
feitknechtite
feitorias
feitsui
feklichevite
felafel
felafels
felbama te
felbamate
felbertalite
felch
felchard

Literary usage of Feists

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1. The Regulations and Establishment of the Household of Henry Algernon Percy by Henry Algernon Percy Northumberland, Thomas Percy (1905)
"AT PRINCIPAL feists ... to be hadde for my Lords owne Meas at Principal feists Ande to be at \}d. a pece. AT PRINCIPAL feists. ..."

2. Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of Remarkable Characters edited by R. S. Kirby (1804)
"At principal feists. ... for my lorde at principal feists, ande noone onther tyme. At principal feists. ... feists, and noon outher tyme ..."

3. The Regulations and Establishment of the Houshold [sic] of Henry Algernon by Henry Algernon Percy Northumberland, Thomas Percy (1770)
"AT PRINCIPAL feists. ... AT PRINCIPAL feists. Item RE IS to be hadde for my Lordes owne Meac at Principal ..."

4. Extracts from the records of the royal burgh of Lanark: with charters and by Lanark (Scotland), Robert Renwick (1902)
"... for the tyme at the feists and termes of Beltane and ... for the tyme at the feists of Beltane and ..."

5. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark: 194 Essays from the Pages of by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"... [)] many other feists & Dances of a similar kind—the women have a kind of game which they play with a Soft Ball with their foot, they being viewed as ..."

6. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark V-2 of 3 by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"... D] many other feists & Dances of a similar kind-the women have a kind of game which they play with a Soft Ball with their foot, they being viewed as ..."

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