regular fellow

regular fellow

A good-natured, dependable person. Oh, Sarah will certainly help you with that—she's a regular fellow. We're looking for a couple of regular fellows to help with our project this weekend.
See also: fellow, regular
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Who were Craig Revel Horwood's regular fellow judges on Strictly Come Dancing last year?
An "authorized driver" is defined as being limited to a spouse, significant other, employer or regular fellow employee incidental to business duties, someone who operates the vehicle during an emergency, or someone who appears at the rental counter with an authorized driver and signs an additional driver form.
My dad's a regular fellow like us, taught me to shoot when I was a kid, and has always been there for me, so I figure this is the least I can do for him.
One regular fellow specializing in Fiat-Top Rugers is awfully hard to deal with.
Cheston is just a regular fellow, who plays basketball, helps with the garden, and often misses the school bus.
Slickly lensed and entirely driven by plot mechanisms, it derives its flavor from lively supporting perfs and the sly manipulation of the genre's conventions by Wai and his regular fellow writers.
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.