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1featly

adverb feat·ly \ˈfēt-lē\

Definition of FEATLY

1
:  in a graceful manner :  nimbly
2
:  in a suitable manner :  properly
3
:  with skill and ingenuity

Origin of FEATLY

Middle English fetly, from fete feat (adjective)
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with FEATLY

2featly

adjective

Definition of FEATLY

:  graceful, neat

Examples of FEATLY

  1. <featly swans gliding silently across the still waters of the lake>

First Known Use of FEATLY

1801

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