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fellow

1. (at Oxford and Cambridge universities) a member of the governing body of a college, who is usually a member of the teaching staff
2. a member of the governing body or established teaching staff at any of various universities or colleges
3. a postgraduate student employed, esp for a fixed period, to undertake research and, often, to do some teaching

Fellow

a member of any of various learned societies
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I had provided her a proper match, a sober man and one of substance; but she, forsooth, would chuse for herself, and away she is gone with a young fellow not worth a groat.
The Quaker was no sooner assured by this fellow of the birth and low fortune of Jones, than all compassion for him vanished; and the honest plain man went home fired with no less indignation than a duke would have felt at receiving an affront from such a person.
Now I shall have to run this fellow through with my sword!
Thrice did Robin smite the scarlet man--with such blows that a less stout fellow must have bowled over.
Joe was usually such a quiet, gentle little fellow that it was wonderful to see him so roused.
you did right, my boy, whether the fellow gets a summons or not.
Had a little scrimmage there with a fellow and was hidden by one of their women in a hole in the wall.
"I know where there is a fellow who doesn't need his clothes anymore, and if we can get back on this roof I think we can find him and get his apparel without much resistance.
"You see, my dear fellow, I have been thinking about you," said Prince Andrew when they had gone into the large room where the clavichord was.
It was knowing to hold forth, in the humble-virtue school of eloquence; but, I assure you I thought at the time, "My good fellow, you are over-doing this!"'
But let me tell thee, thou stout fellow, gin thou be a good friend it were well for us both; but gin thou be no good friend it were ill for thee."
It is these good fellows that he gets--the fellows with the fire and the go in them, who have bigness, and warmness, and the best of the human weaknesses.

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