from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fidget; be restless.
- n. A flutter; a sharp twitch or pull.
- n. A curl of hair.
- In hawking, to wipe the beak after feeding.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
McClellan has ripped Bush and his whole feak show administration a new one, only problem is McClellan is just as guilty as they are.
Eskom officials are calling it a "feak accident" but at the power blackout which hit the Peninsula, the West Coast and Boland for over two hours on Friday crippled towns as far afield as
He turned himself into a sideshow feak, and as goes the way of all sideshows, he's gone.
**continyoos to luk pafettikly feak an weeble**…..
On a certain morning, when one of them was leading the devotions, he prayed the Lord to 'have mercy on us, feak and weeble sinners.'"