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.
[fel-sahyt] /ˈfɛl saɪt/ noun 1. a dense, fine-grained, igneous rock consisting typically of feldspar and quartz, both of which may appear as phenocrysts. /ˈfɛlsaɪt/ noun 1. any fine-grained igneous rock consisting essentially of quartz and feldspar felsite (fěl’sīt’) A fine-grained, light-colored igneous rock, consisting mainly of feldspar and quartz.
[fel-spahr] /ˈfɛlˌspɑr/ noun 1. . /ˈfɛlˌspɑː/ noun 1. a variant (esp Brit) of feldspar
[fel-spath-ik] /fɛlˈspæθ ɪk/ adjective 1. .