Definition of Feying
1. fey [v] - See also: fey
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feying
feying (current term)
Literary usage of Feying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Records of the Burgery of Sheffield: Commonly Called the Town Trust by Sheffield (England) (1897)
"... of wyne then - - -o26 Charges about the Barker Poole feying it and leading the ... a meeting about towns business - o 1 6 Paid for feying flint well and ..."
2. Culture and Cooking; Or: Art in the Kitchen by Catherine Owen, Helen Alice (Matthews) Nitsch (1881)
"feying is one of the operations in cookery in which there are more failures than any other, or, at least, there appear to be more, because the failure is ..."