Origin of felly1
Middle English felien (plural), variant of felwe felloe
- in a fell manner; fiercely; ruthlessly.
Origin of felly2
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Examples from the Web for felly
I want the other felly to have an equal chance with me—else 'tis no game, but a hold-up.Money Magic
He spent the night with them and helped mend the felly and set the tire.A Man for the Ages
That could be done with the spokes, not with the hub; and the felly is in a bad state, too.Les Misrables
Whear wod that felly o' mine ha been if it hadn't been for me?Yorksher Puddin'
I sent the dog huntin' down the wood, and by and by I heard this felly cantherin' up as it might be a pig.Lives of the Fur Folk
M. D. Haviland