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featly

[feet-lee] /ˈfit li/
adverb
1.
suitably; appropriately.
3.
neatly; elegantly.
adjective
4.
graceful; elegant.
Origin of featly
1300-1350
First recorded in 1300-50, featly is from the Middle English word fetly. See feat2, -ly
Related forms
featliness, noun
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featly

/ˈfiːtlɪ/
adverb (archaic)
1.
neatly
2.
fitly
Derived Forms
featliness, noun
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