Definition Of fell

adjective

a hill or stretch of high moorland, especially in northern England.

Cross Fell

an amount of timber cut.

an animal's hide or skin with its hair.

cut down (a tree).

Up on a ridge to the right of us, someone has been felling an oak tree all day.

of terrible evil or ferocity; deadly.

sorcerers use spells to achieve their fell ends


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Example Of fell

  • A classic sewn finish that lends itself to easy tops and dresses is the flat-fell seam, especially on the shoulder seams.

  • A rubber mallet is surprisingly useful in flattening seams or hems on thick fabric or leather and especially on heavy flat-fell seams.

  • A tree which withstood a World War II bomb that destroyed a block of flats has managed to crush garages when it was felled by winds on Monday night.

  • Alpine sunshine has sometimes followed snow to show the fells and mountains at their most exquisitely beautiful.

  • an area of fell and moor


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