WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015
fell•er1  (felər), 
n. [Informal.]
Informal Termsfellow.
Etymology:1815–25;
origin, originally dialect, dialectal;
by reduction of (ō) to (ə) and merger with words ending in -er

fell•er2  (felər), 
n. 
  • a person or thing that fells.
  • Clothing[Sewing.]a person or thing that fells a seam.
  • Etymology:
    • Middle English fellere. See fell2, -er1 1350–1400

    Fel•ler  (felər), 
    n. 
    MonarchyRobert William Andrew  (Bob), born 1918, U.S. baseball player.


    Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

    feller /ˈfɛlə/ n
    1. a person or thing that fells
    2. an attachment on a sewing machine for felling seams



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