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fellowly

[ fel-oh-lee ]
/ ˈfɛl oʊ li /
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adjective
sociable or friendly.
adverb
in a sociable or friendly manner.
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Origin of fellowly

1175–1225; Middle English feolahlich, felawely;see fellow, -ly
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How to use fellowly in a sentence

  • You must love the light so well That no darkness will seem fell; Love it so you could accost Fellowly a livid ghost.

  • Stubbs also speaks of it as a "bloody and murthering practice, rather than a fellowly sport or pastime."

    Old English Sports|Peter Hampson Ditchfield
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