Noun(1) the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds(2) turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls
Verb(1) join tongue and groove, in carpentry(2) cover or fit with feathers(3) turn the paddle; in canoeing(4) turn the oar, while rowing(5) grow feathers
(1) A fire erupted in the starboard engine and the pilot was unable to feather the propeller.(2) Arrow flights were nearly always made of feather .(3) He realized that they were coming from his bathroom and he opened the door slowly to see that the window was open and there was a big, black feather on the floor.(4) This partial yellow tail feather was attached to the end of the weapon shaft together with at least one other larger unidentified brown feather .(5) He was dressed in surprisingly clean black pants, a white shirt, covered by a long red jacket and on his head was a large hat decorated with a single black feather .(6) He suddenly reached into the pocket of his pants and took out a long speckled feather .(7) ├ö├ç├┐Although, if you do have a nice stiff turkey feather , that'd be good,├ö├ç├û he said.(8) His hat was the iconic Australian symbol; the slouch with one side fastened up with a feather sticking out the side.(9) Her dream was all but forgotten as she looked up into the trees, trying to find the owner of the feather .(10) feather the paint in, in a series of light strokes(11) How am I supposed to tell them from any other feather ?(12) The notch behind each arrow's feather fits neatly into the bow string.(13) His hair was long and blond and a red bandana was strapped around his head, a black feather hanging down from one side.(14) He had Lieutenant Stormer secure the port engine and feather the propeller.(15) He wore dark sunglasses, a big purple hat with a long feather to the side and a gold cane was in his hand to complete the outfit.(16) The crew had experienced minor difficulty in getting the propeller to fully feather .
1. plume ::
2. feathering ::
3. plumage ::
5. square ::
Different Formsfeather, feathered, feathering, featherless, feathers, feathery
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I don't care how many arrows
they FEATHER me with,
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10
Gods know there aren't many FEATHER beds
between here and King's Landing.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
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