• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a feal Faithful; loyal.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • feal Faithful; loyal.
    • feal See feel.
    • feal To hide.
    • n feal Same as fail.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Feal fē′al (obs.) loyal, faithful.
    • v.t Feal fēl (prov.) to conceal.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. feal, feel, feeil, fedeil, F. fidèle, L. fidelis, faithful, fr. fides, faith. See Faith


In literature:

I know he must feal better.
"Rebecca Mary" by Annie Hamilton Donnell
Thankes thankes to you for your kind fealings.
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" by Alice Caldwell Hegan
FEAL AND DIVOT, turf and thatch.
"Waverley, Or 'Tis Sixty Years Hence, Complete" by Sir Walter Scott
Thy knight, the Faithful Feal, Is to thy rescue riding.
"The Little Colonel's Hero" by Annie Fellows Johnston
They was eleven of us children and all when we came through and I feal interrested about my Brothers.
"The Underground Railroad" by William Still
Thy knight, the Faithful Feal, Is to thy rescue riding.
"The Rescue of the Princess Winsome" by Annie Fellows-Johnston and Albion Fellows Bacon
I also apologize to Bart for hurting the fealings of his dear friend.
"Captain Scraggs" by Peter B. Kyne
A playful manner was not seemly on the part of a Sir Feal.
"The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor" by Annie Fellows Johnston
Every body begins to feal the trip now, geting tiresome now.
"The Voyage of the Oregon from San Francisco to Santiago in 1898" by R. Cross
They wont bight nor jaw back, but they feal az raw and kold az the yelk ov an egg.
"The Complete Works of Josh Billings" by Henry W. Shaw

In poetry:

Sunny weather in the heather,
Sunny weather everywhere,
Be but man an' maid together
From Feale Water to Kenmare!
"Down In Kerry" by Clinton Scollard
Down in Kerry maids are merry,
Down in Kerry maids are fair;
Laughin' eyes an' lips o' cherry
From Feale Water to Kenmare!
"Down In Kerry" by Clinton Scollard
The wear twenti hondrith spear-men good;
Without any feale;
The wear borne along be the watter a Twynde,
Yth bowndes of Tividale.
"Chevy-Chase" by Anonymous British
Care a-sheddin', naught a-dreadin',
With just one my steps to share,
That’s the road that I’d be treadin'
From Feale Water to Kenmare!
"Down In Kerry" by Clinton Scollard
I dream of the ancient wonders, of the Cross caught up in air,
Of the swan of sweet Feale Water that was a maiden fair;
I dream of the ancient wonders, but each fades in eclipse
At the lifted arms of Moira, and Moira's lifted lips!
"The Wonders" by Clinton Scollard
Cattle stand at graze, and there are the piles of peat,
And there is the swift Feale Water rimpling, dimpling away;
And there are the cocks of hay, and the smell of the hay is sweet,
And this is the round and sum of a quiet Kerry day!
"A Kerry Day" by Clinton Scollard

In news:

Feal Mor, General Quarters and Shelter Half add to the cluster of men's boutiques that make South La Brea Avenue a mecca for manly men.
Obviously I haven't shot them but the blades tend to pop out when bumped or cought on something and every time I push them back in I feal like I'm cutting into the o ring.