- fellow-feeling (n.)
- 1610s, an attempt to translate the sense of Latin compassio and Greek sympatheia. See fellow (n.) + feeling (n.). It yielded a back-formed verb, fellow-feel in 17c., mercifully short-lived.
- 1. A fellow doesn't last long on what he has done. He's got to keep on delivering as he goes along.--Carl Hubbell, Baseball Player
- 2. By all accounts, Rodger would appear to be a fine fellow.
- 3. She shared her daughter's disdain for her fellow countrymen.
- 4. He was a tall, thin fellow with a slight stoop.
- 5. Eddie was a short squat fellow in his forties with thinning hair.
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