fella

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fella

A guy. The word is a slang variant of "fellow." Look fellas, I didn't mean to disturb you, I just wanted a word with Jason. Stay away from those fellas—they're bad news.

fella

(ˈfɛlə)
n. a fellow; a guy. (Also a term of address.) Hey, fella. Got a match?
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The Fella was 20-1 when the Grand National weights came out and I am kicking myself for not backing him."
"A goal had just gone in and Craig was going to the fella to say in no uncertain terms to get off the pitch.
"My take is that he thought the fella might spit in his face or something.
"The two of them ran off but the knife the fella had was like nine or 10 inches long.
Thankfully he was able to get a hold of the fella's hand with the knife in it otherwise he could have been stabbed.
"You're doing exactly what the fella that has the jersey is doing and at the end of the day you can only have one fella that gets it.
"He really instils into you what the Kerry jersey is all about, he speaks about the fellas that have gone before and worn the jersey," he explained.
"He found the fella he was looking for and Declan Gavin was on the ground, stabbed."
"At the end of it all, if you asked them what they'd take away from it, it's the fellas they played with, how friendly they got with them and the different stories they have from time together.
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