[fuh-loh-nee-uh s] /fəˈloʊ ni əs/
Law. pertaining to, of the nature of, or involving a :
felonious homicide; felonious intent.
wicked; base; villainous.
(criminal law) of, involving, or constituting a felony
(obsolete) wicked; base
mid-15c. (implied in feloniously), from felony + -ous. Replaced felonous (mid-14c.) by c.1600. Felonly (c.1300) was another variation.
[fel-uh n-ree] /ˈfɛl ən ri/ noun 1. the whole body or class of . 2. the convict population of a penal colony. /ˈfɛlənrɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. felons collectively 2. (formerly) the convict population of a penal colony, esp in Australia
[fel-uh-nee] /ˈfɛl ə ni/ noun, plural felonies. Law. 1. an offense, as murder or burglary, of graver character than those called misdemeanors, especially those commonly punished in the U.S. by imprisonment for more than a year. 2. Early English Law. any crime punishable by death or mutilation and forfeiture of lands and goods. /ˈfɛlənɪ/ noun […]
noun 1. a killing treated as a murder because, though unintended, it occurred during the commission or attempted commission of a felony, as robbery.
[fel-sik] /ˈfɛl sɪk/ adjective, Geology. 1. (of rocks) consisting chiefly of , feldspathoids, quartz, and other light-colored minerals. adj. 1912, from feldspar + silica + -ic. felsic (fěl’sĭk) Relating to an igneous rock that contains a group of light-colored silicate minerals, including feldspar, feldspathoid, quartz, and muscovite. Compare mafic.