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- n. Alternative form of fewter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To set close; to fix in rest, as a spear.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To place, as a lance or spear, in the feuter or rest.
- n. A rest for a lance, attached to the saddle of a man-at-arms; a lance-rest; a support for a spear.
- n. Obsolete variants of feature.
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None of which showed anything fun to drive well the feuter has arrived with the Tesla.
Know as many of us remember watching the Jetsons and other show that depicted how we would be driving in the feuter.
Ector anon turned him shortly, and in feuter cast his spear, and smote the other knight a great buffet that his horse turned twice about.
Then anon Sir Ector beat on the basin as he were wood, and then he gave his horse drink at the ford, and there came a knight behind him and bade him come out of the water and make him ready; and Sir Ector anon turned him shortly, and in feuter cast his spear, and smote the other knight a great buffet that his horse turned twice about.
Pheuter or feuter means a rest or supportfor a spear -- which is informing.
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