Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. Northern England, Scotland (of things) Cosy; clean; neat.
- adj. Northern England, Scotland (of persons) Comfortable; cosy; safe.
- adj. Northern England, Scotland Smooth; soft; downy; velvety.
- adv. In a feal manner.
- v. transitive, dialectal To hide.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete Faithful; loyal.
- From Middle English fele, fæle ("proper, of the right sort"), from Old English fǣle ("faithful, trusty, good; dear, beloved"), from Proto-Germanic *failijaz (“true, friendly, familiar, good”), from Proto-Indo-European *pey- (“to adore”). Cognate with Scots feel, feelie ("cosy, neat, clean, comfortable"), West Frisian feilich ("safe"), Dutch veil ("for-sale"), Dutch veilig ("safe"), German feil ("for-sale"), Latin pīus ("good, dutiful, faithful, devout, pious"). (Wiktionary)
“The flefh of the feal is their food, and the oil of the whale is their drink; whicb produces in them all an olive complexion, a flrong;”
“If you're done being a racist bigot, could you define "feal" for me?”
“Death fets a kind of feal upon a man's charac - ter, and places him out of the reach of vice and infamy.”
“Hoodathunk (sponsored by Scroomall Health Corp) says: drhunt, some nice squirrels you are tossing out but how does it really feal to have a whole roomful of your heroes totally spanked on national TV?”
“I know how you feal, keep the faith and one day the two of you will be reunited!”
“Does any one else feal the same? thanks jeff south bend, Or”
“Oyupz – ai wud LURV tu sea Dr. TC … jsut seayeng himz maiks mih tu feal awl berrerer aifinkso!”
“Fankees, ebreewun – ai feal sew silleh gedding upset abowt dees fings, wen sew mennee peepuls bee faesing reel hyooj problums awl teh tiem.”
“Himz is faymuss for supposedly maekin peeplol feal bettur… adn maekin demz maek teh ai-jes-taestid-sumpin-nastie funnie faeces.”
“Ai dunt kno yu but Ai haz a wish fur yu tu feal bettur bery suun!”
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