[feth -er-kuht] /ˈfɛð ərˌkʌt/
a woman’s hair style in which the hair is in short and uneven lengths and formed into small curls with featherlike tips.
[feth -er-kuht] /ˈfɛð ərˌkʌt/ noun 1. a woman’s hair style in which the hair is in short and uneven lengths and formed into small curls with featherlike tips. adjective esp. of hair, cut into thin, wispy, tapered layers Examples the feather-cut hair of Farrah Fawcett Word Origin 1924 Usage Note also feather cut , (n.)
- Feather-duster worm
[feth -er duhs-ter] /ˈfɛð ər ˌdʌs tər/ noun 1. any tube-dwelling polychaete worm of the families Sabellidae and Serpulidae, the numerous species having a crown of feathery tentacles used in feeding and respiration.
noun 1. a brush for dusting, made of a bundle of large feathers attached to a short handle.
[feth -erd] /ˈfɛð ərd/ adjective 1. clothed, covered, or provided with , as a bird or an arrow. 2. quick; rapid; speedy; swift: feathered feet. 3. (of a veneer) cut to show a figure resembling a plume. [feth -er] /ˈfɛð ər/ noun 1. one of the horny structures forming the principal covering of birds, consisting […]