Examples of feat in a Sentence
a performer known for her astonishing acrobatic feats
an exceptional feat of the human intellect
Writing that whole report in one night was quite a feat.
It was no mean feat.
Recent Examples of feat from the Web
Should Pettway accomplish the feat and stay healthy, his draft stock should surge.
Five months ago, Lowell Bailey accomplished one of the rarest feats of any American athlete in recent years.
Jenkins' resume includes a campaign that relocated an eight-ton marble bust of Stanton, Anthony, and Lucretia Mott to the United States Capitol Rotunda (a feat that required two acts of Congress) in 1998.
Getting people out by helicopter is no easy feat, experts said.
Jojo Harber helped Bellevue capture its first girls Class 3A state soccer title last fall and keeps on racking up awards in honor of the feat.
That said, both were confident, prideful performers who on occasion were capable of jaw-dropping individual feats.
Corbyn's feat is also an argument for the Left to take elections seriously.
Since World War II only Tony Blair has pulled off such a feat, on his way to a 1997 Labour landslide.
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Synonym Discussion of feat
Origin and Etymology of feat
Middle English fete, fayt, from Anglo-French fait, past participle of faire
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of feat for English Language Learners
: an act or achievement that shows courage, strength, or skill
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Definition of feat for Students
: an act showing courage, strength, or skill
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