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feathered

[ feth-erd ]
/ ˈfɛð ərd /
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adjective
clothed, covered, or provided with feathers, as a bird or an arrow.
quick; rapid; speedy; swift: feathered feet.
(of a veneer) cut to show a figure resembling a plume.
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Origin of feathered

before 1000; Middle English fethered,Old English gefetherede,see feather, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM feathered

un·feath·ered, adjective
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