from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In agriculture, the operation in plowing of marking off the breadth of a ridge, by drawing a furrow on each side of the space allotted for it.
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U can go tu teh keloland dawt com and luk undur teh popular tu find himz pikshur…him iz teh gawd feering fambilee wanting man, aifinkso, frum teh inturvoos him gibbed.
Tehn yoo cud ar leest dare to trai it wifaut feering teh awful con sequiins ess.
I have seen a horse walk very steadily towards a feering pole, and halt when his head had reached it.
He woke early the next morning and woke his wife and began telling her all about his evening stroll with Mr. Leanep but he did not say anything about the whiskey he had drunk feering it would shock her.