from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete spelling of felled, preterit of fell.
  • Obsolete forms of fold.
  • n. An obsolete form of field.


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  • I remember that I feld disappointed with the film though, which was not unexpected since I've been there before with all the TNG-era feature films.

    Revisiting Star Trek [Part 6 of 7]: The Films

  • DoS INL directly contracted with DynCorp International to provide 690 International Police Liaison Offcers (IPLOs) who provide assessment, training, and mentoring functions for Iraqi police in the feld.

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  • “Mageyfe in dorf” (An Epidemic in the Village), “A shed in feld” (A Demon in the Field), “Der letster veg” (The Last Road).

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  • My mother told us in the old country they called potatoes “feld hendles,” field chickens, as they took the place of meat.

    My Grandmother ~ Born 100 Years Ago!

  • In my own feld of expertise it is probably worth less, but I think I know which will get greater publicity.

    Campaign journalism

  • Jus park our desel pickup a long ways from the feld that you are a plowin.

    The Great Barrel Break-In Fad

  • Its name is a trilingual pun: it's khat where it's grown, and the animal called "cat" in English is feld in our own language.

    'The City & The City'

  • They must have known we'd find the feld, and that we'd know it was theirs.

    'The City & The City'

  • For many of the streetwalkers in Bes'zel, especially in areas like this, food and clothes for their kids came first; feld or crack for themselves; food for themselves; then sundries, in which list conditioner would come low.

    'The City & The City'

  • All I could say was lyrics from Mahler song-cycles “Ging heute morgen uber feld” will only get you a funny look and “Mein Duetsch ist zehr schlecht.”

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