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a fellow (or 'fella'): a man, a boy, a guy, a chap
Fellow is informal.

He's a strange little 'fella', isn't he? I've never seen such a bizarre man.

(My) fellow (employees)...: An address used from one employee to the others (of the same position)
Fellow is commonly used as both a noun and an adjective.


  • "And who are these fellows?"
  • "A fellow student said 'Zack was careful not to throw the candy directly at people, but a caramel square did land quite near my foot'."
  • "Narrator : And who's this little fellow?"
  • "Polly : Hello fellow colleagues!"
  • "Please go to Horatio's laboratory at 6pm where you will be joined by fellow 'volunteers', Hannah Benedict (Head of Retail) and Edward Moon (British intern)."
  • "A 15-year-old boy wreaked havoc today at White Dove High School when he pulled out candy from his bag and threw it 'quite hard' at fellow students."
  • "Besides, this young fellow is pretty skinny."
  • "Warbuckle : Eh, she's going to say: 'Hello gentlemen, which one of you handsome fellas is going to kiss me at midnight?'"
  • "Well, now that we're finished with the tour, let's go into the 'Purple room' so I can introduce you to your fellow crazies!"
  • "by Snoozy Fellows, sleepy journalist"

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