Definition of Feyly

1. Adverb. In a fey way. ¹



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Definition of Feyly

1. fey [adv] - See also: fey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feyly

fewscore
fewter
fewtered
fewtering
fewters
fewtrils
fexinidazole
fexofenadine
fey
feydom
feyed
feyer
feyest
feying
feyly (current term)
feyne
feyned
feynes
feyness
feynesses
feyning
feyre
feyres
feys
fez
fezes
fezlike
fezzed
fezzes

Literary usage of Feyly

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1. Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of Engleish [sic.] Poets of the Twelfth by Joseph Ritson (1802)
"... and, apparently, other things; fince, according to that flattering courtier, her " learned, delicate, noble mufe," ea- feyly ..."

2. Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of Engleish [sic.] Poets of the Twelfth by Joseph Ritson (1802)
"... and, apparently, other things; fince, according to that flattering courtier, her " learned, delicate, noble mufe," ea- feyly ..."

3. Vlast by Družstvo vlast (Prague, Czechoslovakia), Czechoslovakia Družstvo vlast (Prague, Družstvo vlast̕, Prague (1906)
"... a tak kdyz pojaty feyly do sbírky také jeste nejlepsí statí z literatury cizí, podarilo se spisovatelce ..."

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