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- noun UK A layer of
felt- likematerial laid underneath a wall-to-wall carpet
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a carpet pad of thick felt
Sorry, no etymologies found.
December 31, 2007 at 11:17 pm evy nite sins teh ICHCB begun, iz be reedin an lovin dis place, but dis B teh fursty time iz achually has post cuz iz wants to saiz how wunnerf…underfelt…wuh..grooovy an chahmin B teh tale ov klules kitteh. joo rule demon KTHXBAI
Used carpet underfelt is discarded and replaced by foam underlay when old carpets are replaced.
There was a roll of carpet underfelt in the room with the stored furniture and he spent the rest of the afternoon cutting it into strips and tacking it round the windows and doors to keep the draught out.
Giuseppe Tornatore trudges out his usual devices in the overlong and underfelt Baaria, in which three generations of Sicilians brave the historical dust of the 20th century.
They roost visibly in open spaces, hanging from roof beams or underfelt.
Elizabeth Cloete, a descendant of the Khoi herders who once roamed the parched plains and granite outcrops that give the region its distinctive character, lives under an assemblage of plastic tarpaulins and old carpet underfelt draped over precariously balanced zinc sheets.
Let me just quote David Denby again: the movie is “so overdone and underfelt that it’s hell to sit through.”