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Fellow

Antonyms for fellow:

antagonist, stranger, opponent, enemy, foe.

Synonyms for fellow:

Sense 1

mummy's boy, copartner, macho-man, guest, John doe, renaissance man, good old boy, Laddy, geezer, chico, mama's boy.

Sense 2

affiliate, punk, coequal, family man.

Sense 3

beggar, compeer, bird, cohort.

Sense 4

confederate, equivalent, duplicate, equal.

Sense 5

counterpart.

Sense 9

M.

identical (adjective)

twin.

Sense 1 (noun)

cat.

Sense 2 (noun)

equal.

Sense 3 (noun)

professor.

Sense 5 (noun)

macho-man, family man.

Sense 6 (noun)

copartner, affiliate, cohort.

Sense 8 (noun)

equivalent, coequal, compeer.

Sense 9 (noun)

twin, counterpart, duplicate.

codger (noun)

galoot.

fellow (noun)

brother, related to, gent, confrere, beau, comrade, Familiar, companion, blighter, chap, swain, buster, boyfriend, cuss, sister, colleague, feller, lad, young man, fella, related.

friend (noun)

Familiar, intimate, confidant, companion, brother, co-worker, comrade, friend, ally, partner, sister, buddy, pal, chum, schoolmate, cousin, amigo, playmate, teammate, crony, mate, roommate, colleague, acquaintance, company, classmate.

male (noun)

gent.

male or female colleague, friend (noun)

twin, concomitant, duplicate, partner, comrade, associate, companion, equal, mate, peer, consort, coordinate, cohort, match, compeer, professor, confrere, counterpart.

man (noun)

masculinity, buck, guy, gent, gentleman, male, man, manhood, chap, boy, hombre.

quantity (noun)

mate.

teacher (noun)

professor.

accompanying (verb)

concomitant.

Usage examples for fellow:

  • " Come, old fellow, what is this? - "Castle Richmond", Anthony Trollope.
  • What did the fellow mean? - "The World For Sale, Volume 2.", Gilbert Parker.
  • Isn't this the fellow that Lanstron got off? - "The Last Shot", Frederick Palmer.

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