simple past tense and past participle of feel.
Other definitions for felt (2 of 2)
a nonwoven fabric of wool, fur, or hair, matted together by heat, moisture, and great pressure.
any article made of this material, as a hat.
any matted fabric or material, as a mat of asbestos fibers, rags, or old paper, used for insulation and in construction.
pertaining to or made of felt.
to make into felt; mat or press together.
to cover with or as with felt.
to become matted together.
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How to use felt in a sentence
The papers are put back into the press without felts between the sheets and left for some time.The Manufacture of Paper | Robert Walter Sindall
The coucher takes immediate possession of the felts for his further operations.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines | Andrew Ure
A week later he came puffing across the crusted prairie, not in leggings this time, but in broad-soled Canadian felts.Neighbours | Robert Stead
"No, you don't see so many of these light gray felts," avowed her mother, bringing the hat nearer.The Night Riders | Henry C. Wood
As all felts are based upon the ordinary felt, the process of manufacture of this will first be described.
British Dictionary definitions for felt (1 of 2)
the past tense and past participle of feel
British Dictionary definitions for felt (2 of 2)
a matted fabric of wool, hair, etc, made by working the fibres together under pressure or by heat or chemical action
(as modifier): a felt hat
any material, such as asbestos, made by a similar process of matting
(tr) to make into or cover with felt
(intr) to become matted
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