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fella

(ˈfɛlə)
n. a fellow; a guy. (Also a term of address.) Hey, fella. Got a match?
References in classic literature ?
Me old fella boy too much," the one-legged Methuselah quavered.
That fella dog he belong big white marster along schooner .
One fella dog stop 'm along you," the steward whispered up.
But the same fellas that will go off and punch you from behind.
Try watching a week's worth of Loose Women back to back, fellas.
Some fellas are better off just left alone and maybe have a chat with him the next day or sometimes you go to a fella straight away or whatever it is.
COM has slashed 80% from the price of funky red Firetrap Dr Jolly trainers for fellas from PS90 to PS17.
But in set-plays, they can be really dangerous because they have not one or two, but a minimum of five big fellas - we don't have big fellas.
com)-- Good Fellas is a members-only chauffeur service providing a highly accessible alternative to driving under the influence of alcohol.
It's always beneficial when guys talk on the pitch and we've been encouraging some fellas to speak up.
30pm FEATHERSTONE put their unbeaten record on the line against Toulouse at the Big Fellas Stadium this evening, but the big fellas from France could prove a stubborn obstacle, writes Alex Hilton.
I have had some smashing looking fellas holding me tight.
I had a jolly good chuckle when I read of M&S's latest idea: Stocking Fellas.
It also says suppliers will have to fund the stores' 10pc discount days, which means that the big fella will actually be giving you nothing, the little fellas will.
It also says suppliers will have to fund the stores' 10% discount days, which means that the big fella will actually be giving you nothing, the little fellas will.