featly

[feet-lee]
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adverb

suitably; appropriately.
neatly; elegantly.

adjective

graceful; elegant.

Origin of featly

First recorded in 1300–50, featly is from the Middle English word fetly. See feat2, -ly
Related formsfeat·li·ness, noun
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featly

adverb archaic

neatly
fitly
Derived Formsfeatliness, noun
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