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fellows

noun , plural of fellow

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1 a male romantic companion
  • most of the players were bringing their fellows to the banquet in the clubhouse after the tennis tournament
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3 an adult male human being
  • what does a fellow have to do to get waited on around here?
  • your son is a bright young fellow
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bastards, blokes [chiefly British], bucks, cats, chaps [chiefly British], chappies [British], dudes, fellas, galoots [slang], gents, gentlemen, guys, hombres, jacks, joes, jokers, lads, males, men

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4 either of a pair matched in one or more qualities
  • one ice skate isn't much good without its fellow
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5 one that is equal to another in status, achievement, or value
  • he is well regarded as a chemist by his fellows in the field
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