Definition of Featuous

1. featous [adj] - See also: featous



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Featuous

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

Literary usage of Featuous

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1. A Biographical History of England: From Egbert the Great to the Revolution by James Granger (1824)
"... how honourable in the priests, how terrible in the souldiers, how comely in young men, how sweet in children,how goodly and featuous in women ? ..."

2. A Biographical History of England: from Egbert the Great to the Revolution by James Granger (1824)
"... how honourable in the priests, how terrible in the souldiers, how comely in young men, how sweet in children, how goodly and featuous in women! ..."

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