[feest-er-fam-in] /ˈfist ərˈfæm ɪn/
characterized by alternating, extremely high and low degrees of prosperity, success, volume of business, etc.:
artists who lead a feast-or-famine life.
[feet] /fit/ noun 1. a noteworthy or extraordinary act or achievement, usually displaying boldness, skill, etc.: Arranging the treaty was a diplomatic feat. 2. Obsolete. a specialized skill; profession. [feet] /fit/ adjective, feater, featest. Archaic. 1. apt; skillful; dexterous. 2. . 3. 1 . /fiːt/ noun 1. a remarkable, skilful, or daring action; exploit; achievement: […]
[feet] /fit/ adjective, feater, featest. Archaic. 1. apt; skillful; dexterous. 2. . 3. 1 . /fiːt/ noun 1. a remarkable, skilful, or daring action; exploit; achievement: feats of strength /fiːt/ adjective (archaic) 1. another word for skilful 2. another word for neat1 , suitable n. mid-14c., “action, deeds,” from Anglo-French fet, from Old French fait […]
[feth -er-bak] /ˈfɛð ərˌbæk/ noun 1. any freshwater fish of the family Notopteridae, of Asia and western Africa, having a small, feathery dorsal fin and a very long anal fin extending from close behind the head to the tip of the tail.
[feth -er] /ˈfɛð ər/ noun 1. one of the horny structures forming the principal covering of birds, consisting typically of a hard, tubular portion attached to the body and tapering into a thinner, stemlike portion bearing a series of slender, barbed processes that interlock to form a flat structure on each side. 2. kind; character; […]