fellow


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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

References in classic literature ?
But Tom couldn't get the hang on 't; and he spiled so many for me, that I had to break off with him, though he was a good-hearted fellow, and as fair a business hand as is goin'"
I'd like to have been able to kick the fellow down the steps," said he to himself, as he saw the door fairly closed, "with his impudent assurance; but he knows how much he has me at advantage.
A dozen keen-eyed bowmen were there, and among them some of the best fellows in the Forester's and Sheriff's companies.
On the second day after the wounding of Black Michael, Clayton came on deck just in time to see the limp body of one of the crew being carried below by four of his fellows while the first mate, a heavy belaying pin in his hand, stood glowering at the little party of sullen sailors.
Yes, Nicolai Andreevitch--that was his name," and the young fellow looked earnestly and with curiosity at the all-knowing gentleman with the red nose.
Why, yon same is a right stout fellow whom men hereabouts do call Robin Hood, which same--"
Watch her a moment," said Tarzan to the Englishman, "while I disarm that fellow," and stepping to the side of the young man whom Otobu was having difficulty in subduing Tarzan relieved him of his saber.
Years ago, when I was in the hospital, a poor fellow was brought there with a rare and very painful disease.
Tom's success in this affair soon began to ring over the country, and various were the censures passed upon it; some greatly applauding it as an act of good nature; others sneering, and saying, "No wonder that one idle fellow should love another.
These satisfied themselves with the stock questions, "You fellow, what's your name?
Of course," I added, "it was the fellow we saw in the inn this afternoon.
My good fellow,' returned the other, raising his head a little from the cushion and carelessly surveying him from top to toe, 'I am delighted to see you, and to have, in your being here, the very best proof that you are not kept out.
Do what you like under the rose, but don't give a sign of what you're about; or half a hundred of 'em will combine together and get this fellow who has bolted, out of reach for good.
The young fellow wrote to propose himself to me; and as he is well connected, I thought you would not object to my transferring him here.
It was the good fellows, easy and genial, daring, and, on occasion, mad, that I wanted to know--the fellows, generous-hearted and -handed, and not rabbit-hearted.