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felter

transitive verb felt·er \ ˈfeltə(r) \

Definition of felter

-ed/-ing/-s
now dialectal British
: to mat together like felt : intertwine

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Origin and Etymology of felter

Middle English filteren, felteren, from (assumed) Anglo-French feltrer to cover with felt, from (assumed) Old French feltrer (whence Old French feutrer), from Old French feltre, feutre felt, of Germanic origin; akin to Old Saxon filt felt


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felter

noun \ " \

Definition of felter

plural -s
: one that makes felt or works with felt: such as
a : an operator of a machine that produces felting
b : a worker who attaches felt weather stripping

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