Feather - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls (syn: feathering)
- cover or fit with feathers
- turn the paddle; in canoeing (syn: square)
- turn the oar, while rowing (syn: square)
- grow feathers (syn: fledge)
...the two brothers are sports-obsessed jocks, and most of their friends are of the same feather...
...prom couples strutted into the ballroom in full feather...
Tita weighs about a feather and a half.
Fine feathers make fine birds. посл.
Birds of a feather flock together. посл.
She was as light as a feather (=very light) to carry.
Yankee Doodle stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni
present participle: feathering
past tense: feathered
past participle: feathered