from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A man or boy; a fellow.
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- n. Eye dialect spelling of fellow.
- n. used to address a male
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a boy or man
Fellow, of course, changes to the American fella or feller, as in Rosie hat schon a fella (= Rosie has got a fella, i. e., a sweetheart).
According to AP, the sad little fella is continually rebooting itself for no apparent reason.
Wow, the little fella is still ranting about corpseman, hey who else was ranting about that? dr. runt??????
Libs, the Donahue fella is ressurrecting the same talking points to get a rise out of everyone.
Poor old fella is forgetting his policy positions.
This fella is really talented ... check out his pencils and sketches.
Hummers always make me wonder what a fella is trying to compensate for ... the jeep is the original git-er-done vehicle.
• Despite Marvel's ban on smoking in its comic books, Wolverine manages to inspire Boxwish's list of the top five cigar-smoking action heroes: "Certainly, the trend has suffered in recent decades due to the anti-smoking movement, yet some secret smokers still manage to sneak under the radar and one such fella is back on the big screen – Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) in X-Men Origins: Wolverine."
That Michael Steele fella is just a prop. Claudia, Houston, Tx
Not Narnia, exactly, because the fella is gone, and what he left us is what he left us.