[fel-ting] /ˈfɛl tɪŋ/
material, either woven or fabric.
the act or process of making .
the materials of which is made.
simple past tense and past participle of .
a nonwoven fabric of wool, fur, or hair, matted together by heat, moisture, and great pressure.
any article made of this material, as a hat.
any matted fabric or material, as a mat of asbestos fibers, rags, or old paper, used for insulation and in construction.
pertaining to or made of felt.
verb (used with object)
to make into felt; mat or press together.
to cover with or as with felt.
verb (used without object)
to become matted together.
felted material; felt
the process of making felt
materials for making felt
the past tense and past participle of feel
any material, such as asbestos, made by a similar process of matting
(transitive) to make into or cover with felt
(intransitive) to become matted
Old English felt, from West Germanic *feltaz “something beaten, compressed wool” (cf. Old Saxon filt, Middle Dutch vilt, Old High German filz, German Filz, Danish filt), from Proto-Germanic *felt- “to beat,” from PIE *pel- “to thrust, strike, drive” (cf. Old Church Slavonic plusti), with a sense of “beating” (see pulse (n.1)).
“to make into felt,” early 14c. (implied in felted); see felt (n.).
past tense and past participle of feel (v.).
noun 1. a felt pen with a wide nib for making identifying marks, as on clothing.
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[feynts] /feɪnts/ plural noun 1. . [feynt] /feɪnt/ noun 1. a movement made in order to deceive an adversary; an attack aimed at one place or point merely as a distraction from the real place or point of attack: military feints; the feints of a skilled fencer. 2. a feigned or assumed appearance: His air […]
[feynt] /feɪnt/ noun 1. a movement made in order to deceive an adversary; an attack aimed at one place or point merely as a distraction from the real place or point of attack: military feints; the feints of a skilled fencer. 2. a feigned or assumed appearance: His air of approval was a feint to […]