[feth -er-weyt] /ˈfɛð ərˌweɪt/
a boxer or other contestant intermediate in between a bantamweight and a lightweight, especially a professional boxer weighing up to 126 pounds (57 kg).
an insignificant person or thing:
He thinks he’s a major composer, but he’s just a featherweight.
belonging to the class of featherweights, especially in boxing.
extremely light in :
a featherweight quilt.
unimportant; trifling; slight.
a wrestler in a similar weight category (usually 126–139 pounds (57–63 kg))
also feather-weight, the lightest allowable, 1812 (earlier as simply feather, 1760), from feather (n.) + weight. Originally in horse-racing; boxing use dates from 1889.
noun 1. . [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.
[feth -uh-ree] /ˈfɛð ə ri/ adjective 1. clothed or covered with ; . 2. resembling ; light; airy; unsubstantial: feathery clouds.
[feet-lee] /ˈfit li/ adverb 1. suitably; appropriately. 2. . 3. neatly; elegantly. adjective 4. graceful; elegant. /ˈfiːtlɪ/ adverb (archaic) 1. neatly 2. fitly
[fee-cher] /ˈfi tʃər/ noun 1. a prominent or conspicuous part or characteristic: Tall buildings were a new feature on the skyline. 2. something offered as a special attraction: This model has several added features. 3. Also called feature film. the main motion picture in a movie program: What time is the feature? 4. any part […]