from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A variant of feelth.


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  • Every Indian felth that "Mother India" freed from prison.

    Ending Terrorism: The Challenge to Mother India 2008

  • Tony saw the eclipse from Walan WA and wrote that he felth that the the "orange moon" was not quite up to his usual standard as it was hand held resting upon the roof of a car with no tripod.

    Astroblog 2008


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  • 'The power of feeling in the fingers.' Mackay

    June 14, 2010