Definition of Felloes

1. felloe [n] - See also: felloe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Felloes

fellest
fellies
fellifluous
felling
fellinic
fellmonger
fellmongered
fellmongeries
fellmongering
fellmongerings
fellmongers
fellmongery
fellness
fellnesses
felloe
felloes (current term)
fellow
fellow-
fellow-commoner
fellow-commoners
fellow-feeling
fellow-me-lad
fellow-me-lads
fellow-traveller
fellow-travellers
fellow feeling
fellow man
fellow me lad
fellow me lads
fellow men

Literary usage of Felloes

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1. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society by Connecticut Historical Society (1897)
"... Barnard Adam Nichols Richard : felloes Nicholas : olmsted : John : Webb JuĀ° morris Laders wanting 55 John Alyn Edw ..."

2. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1888)
"The timber usually sound to the centre, adapted for water-works, wagons, particularly for felloes, also knees of boats. Posts formed of it are very lasting, ..."

3. Soundings from the Atlantic by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1864)
"THE HUMAN WHEEL, ITS SPOKES AND felloes. THE starting-point of this paper was a desire to call attention to certain remarkable AMERICAN INVENTIONS, ..."

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