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  • v. To clot or mat together like felt.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To clot or mat together like felt.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To clot or mat together like felt; felt; entangle.
  • To mingle; mix.
  • To mingle; associate.
  • n. One who follows the occupation of feltmaking.


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  • And some other things - a hand needle felter - a special offer to buy the felter, and get the mat and spare needles free.

    Winter Winner! and loot, too

  • So very fortunately considering my failure as a felter and subsequent foul mood a rather lovely looking parcel arrived.

    Felting? Hmmm....

  • Last year she taught herself to knit; shortly thereafter she became a master felter, then she got a job at first one yarn store and then another, started a knitting group and this past Saturday, she learned how to spin.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • "There being none, the felter Myondak is here, accused of murder, to be brought before justice!"


  • The hearing was brief, and unlike the first, there was no question of the felter's guilt, not even to Kharl, but he forced himself to watch the entire proceeding, until after the felter had been marched away and after Reynol had left the chamber.


  • Needle felter, illustrator and collectible toy maker living in the rural Cotswolds.

    Middle of Nowhere

  • 'MATH_ERROR_MSG' = > 'Udfyld venligst alle felter.',

  • Okay, as a needle felter, this really isn’t that horrid.

    Regretsy – Woodschlock

  • "You, the felter Myondak, have been charged with the murder of your consort Salynia.



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