- n. Plural form of fellow.
“The chief dread of the "fellows" is that they will be at the mercy of an interpreter under the new régime.”
“Certain fellows also showed real talent in their acting.”
“What certain fellows lack in democracy they may make up for in the sheer deliciousness of their recipes.”
“I've been patronizing the bar, at 45 E. 18th St., for years and have come to feel a close personal relationship with those stand-up porcelain fellows, so richly deserving of the credit they'll be receiving.”
“The operative experience gained by the fellows is broad based and extensive including both routine and esoteric cases.”
“Investigators have a history of training numerous research fellows from a variety of specialties at different levels of career development who are interested in fetal treatment.”
“Viewed in this light, the scab who gives more labor-power for a certain price than his fellows is not so generous after all.”
“The follow-up experience for fellows is a road, cross-sectional experience in the second year.”
“All the fellows is crazy over her, an 'when they get to runnin' after her, what'll you be doin '?”
“We know our politicians are lazy, corrupt mildly-educated, ambitious fellows from the top to the bottom.”
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