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Synonyms for fellow

Synonyms for fellow

a grown man referred to familiarly, jokingly, or as a member of one's set or group

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a man who is the favored companion of a woman

one who is united in a relationship with another

one who shares interests or activities with another

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

one of a matched pair of things

Synonyms for fellow

a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a person who is member of one's class or profession

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a member of a learned society

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an informal form of address for a man

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a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

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Fellowes said: "He will run as long as there is a bit of cut in the ground as quick ground would scupper any plans.
Founded in 1917 by Harry Fellowes and headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, Fellowes, Inc.
However, before Fellowes can start writing in new characters, he will need to be commissioned for a fourth series, the paper said.
If you misfeed some paper - insert it at the wrong angle, or folded over - the Fellowes will either step on the turbo boost and power through it, or reverse gears to expel the misfed sheet.
But Fellowes told the Radio Times that the 1997 film had unfairly portrayed William Murdoch, who was first officer on RMS Titanic.
Oscar-winner Fellowes is hoping to strike gold - rather than an iceberg - with the lavish pounds 11 million drama set to hit our screens later this year.
Fellowes, above, told host Kirsty Young: "Papers are not full of complaints about a programme that no one's watching.
Fellowes, who sits in the House of Lords as Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, said the success of American shows which featured plotlines stretched across several seasons had been a huge influence on British television.
SCORES of people last night turned out at the British Club to pay their respects to former Bahrain resident Mary Hamilton Fellowes, 59, who died last month following a lengthy fight against cancer.
Another key member of the creative team on the show, which settles into Birmingham Hippodrome tomorrow night for a two-month run, is actor and writer Julian Fellowes, who has contributed the book - that peculiar-tomusicals term which basically means the overall dramatic structure and the dialogue which links the musical numbers - to Cameron Mackintosh and Disney's latest blockbuster.
BUCKINGHAM Palace had to be regularly swept for bugs by the security services, the Queen's former private secretary Lord Fellowes revealed yesterday.
Estate agent Tom Birch, of agents Mansfield Fellowes, Roath, said: "It is an exceptional apartment and very big.
According to a national survey of full- and part-time working adults released by Fellowes, 45% of adults say they work from home one or more days per week and 73% say they have a home office or a work area at home.
Written and directed by Julian Fellowes, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of ``Gosford Park,'' and magnificently played by Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson, ``Separate Lies'' manages to plumb Bergman-esque depths of conjugal distress while maintaining a very English tone of behavioral restraint and martini-dry humor.
Alan Fellowes, 60, had a record of frauds going back to when he was just THIRTEEN.
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