regular guy

(redirected from regular fellow)

regular guy

a normal and dependable guy. Don't worry about Tom. He's a regular guy. He won't give you any trouble.
See also: guy, regular

regular guy

Also, regular fellow. A nice or agreeable person, as in Luke's a regular guy, or Hilda's a regular fellow. [Colloquial; first half of 1800s]
See also: guy, regular
References in periodicals archive ?
Who were Craig Revel Horwood's regular fellow judges on Strictly Come Dancing last year?
One regular fellow specializing in Fiat-Top Rugers is awfully hard to deal with.
Martin has been recognized by his peers, being elected as a Regular Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel.
It is dubious, however, that Chaplin can regain the mass audience with this film: the suspicion that he is not a regular fellow is fairly widespread, and the simplicity of the film is pompous enough to mislead neighborhood audiences into thinking it is that abhorrence--art.
If the occasion were right, he might hazard a risk to solemnity with a mild joke, of the polite tee-hee kind, usually at the beginning, to let everyone know that, despite his obvious dignity, he was a regular fellow.
In 2006 he was elected as a Regular Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel.