Definition of Fellest

1. Adjective. (superlative of fell) ¹



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Definition of Fellest

1. fell [adj] - See also: fell

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fellest

felled
felled seam
feller
feller-buncher
feller buncher
fellers
fellest (current term)
fellies
fellifluous
felling
fellinic
fellmonger
fellmongered
fellmongeries
fellmongering
fellmongerings
fellmongers
fellmongery
fellness
fellnesses
felloe

Literary usage of Fellest

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1. An Oration, Pronounced Before the Citizens of Bangor: On the Fourth of July by Frederic Henry Hedge (1838)
"They rebelled against present want and the fear of death— against wrongs that had lashed into foaming fury whatever is foulest and fellest in unbridled ..."

2. The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott (1895)
"Such then the reverence to a guest That fellest foe might join the feast, And from his deadliest foeman's door Unquestioned turn, ..."

3. The Real Shelley: New Views of the Poet's Life by John Cordy Jeaffreson (1885)
"Raised with fellest intent,' the gleaming poniard is in a trice buried in the Count's breast. Whilst' his soul flies without a groan, his body falls upon ..."

4. The Ingoldsby Legends, Or, Mirth and Marvels by Thomas Ingoldsby (1879)
"'In all his Gorgon terrors clad, His worst, his fellest shape ! ... he cried with wild grimace, ' The fellest of Apollyon's race ! ..."

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