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.
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The Everest feats, meanwhile, started coming under scrutiny.
This basically allows the spouses of female competitors to take some credit for their wives' athletic feats, as its their first initials and last names that are given on the leaderboard.
Always My Hero, a memoir and tribute to Sam, has been a journey of re-living painful experiences and events, to create a story of inspiration to others that may find the healing process of losing a sibling an impossible feat.
These civic markers act as modes of remembrance, imploring onlookers to remember great historical feats and figures (as the Lincoln Memorial does), or to reflect on a complicated past (as the Vietnam War memorial does).
South Africa hasn't yet repeated the jet biofuel feat, but in an effort to cut its climate-changing emissions and promote greener power the country's researchers are looking for innovative ways to manufacture green aviation fuel at larger scale.
On July 9, Xiaomi listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange, raising $4.7 billion and valuing the firm at $54 billion, an impressive feat after only eight years in operation.
Israel would then join the exclusive club of nations that has accomplished this difficult feat since the 1960s, becoming the fourth nation to land a craft on the moon after Russia, the United States and China.
The feat is known today as ‘the Full Ginsburg.’ Avenatti has taken Ginsburg’s underlying approach — let the American people be the jury — and updated it for the social-media era.
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FEAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of feat for English Language Learners
: an act or achievement that shows courage, strength, or skill
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