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  • noun Plural form of fellar.


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  • Winsome gay lads like the Hispanic kid who sang salsa are there for you young fellars who are batting from the other side of the plate.

    I think I'm going to have to stop watching "American Idol."

  • "Time has come today" The Chambers Brothers - Yep, I got the loooong version. long before indie rock fellars mashed notes until the sweaters caught fire and their eyes expoded. the Chamber's Brothers got all "psyche-a-delicized" (their word, not mine).

    joegood Diary Entry

  • When Holderman, in announcing dinner to the Colonel and the three Majors, genially remarked, "If you fellars don't come soon, everything 'll get cold," he had no thought of other than a kindly and respectful regard for their welfare, and was glad to modify his form of address on being told that it was not what could be described as conventionally military.

    The Rough Riders

  • "Thar's my pile, and you fellars darn't cover her."

    Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi

  • "Wall, boys, you have got me at it, and I had just as leave bet it all; but I know you fellars with the store clothes on haint got that much; and I knows you darnt bet a dollar -- if you did, the old woman would broomstick yer."

    Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi

  • So me 'n him an' the other fellars we've saved up all our propurty, for we're agoin 'ter give Larks a stylish funeril -- an' here it is, mister.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 6, May, 1896

  • So us fellars we're goin 'to give Larks a stylish funeril, you bet.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 6, May, 1896

  • "Tell you what it is, Melindy, them fellars makes a fortin 'out of this stuff; by golly, it's good."

    Marguerite Verne

  • "You'd both on ye average two decent looking fellars -- for whar Seth Stokes is too long, Sam Switcher arn't long enough; and whar Sam Switcher's got too much, Seth Stokes han't got nothing."

    Ella Barnwell A Historical Romance of Border Life

  • "I be going to New York with my steers, for them fellars in Chicago won't pay my price, and some of them beat me out of $2,000 in less than no time," said the cow-boy.

    Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi


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