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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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fellow
Definition:
A companion ; one with whom we consort; one joined with another insome legal ntutun or relation; a member of a college or corporate body.

What does the acronym fellow stand for?

FELLOW abbreviation definition:
–  Family Events Little Lancers Of Windsor

Synonyms:

adjective
identical
twin.
noun
codger
galoot, dodo, galoots, Dodoes, dodos.
confederate
co-conspirator, coconspirator.
counterpart
spitting image, peas in a pod, pendant, opposite number, look alike, spit and image, pendants, two of a kind.
duplicate
phonies, duplications, Photostats, Germinations, lookalike, duplication, reciprocals, STATS, germination, knockoff, recurrence, counterscript, STAT, pirate, Co-ordinates, chip off old block, REPRO, photo copy.
fellow
comrade, confrere, brother, related to, feller, Familiar, cuss, gent, beau, related, blighter, chap, buster, lad, boyfriend, fella, colleague, swain, companion, young man, sister.
friend
cousin, companion, comrade, mate, teammate, classmate, chum, playmate, friend, pal, partner, sister, confidant, crony, intimate, roommate, company, amigo, Familiar, ally, buddy, brother, co-worker, colleague, acquaintance, schoolmate.
male
Males, mr, he, gent, messrs, HES, gents, grand father.
male or female colleague, friend
counterpart, concomitant, confrere, member, twin, comrade, double, assistant, professor, mate, instructor, peer, cohort, consort, reciprocal, coordinate, duplicate, associate, lecturer, compeer, partner, Coworker, match, companion, equal.
man
gentleman, boy, chap, gent, hombre, manhood, man, guy, masculinity, male, buck.
person
fellow.
quantity
mate, fellow.
teacher
professor.
verb
accompanying
concomitant.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I wonder what this fellow has been doing? – The Clue of the Twisted Candle by Edgar Wallace
  2. We don't want to miss the fellow. – The Head Girl at the Gables by Angela Brazil
  3. Oh, my friends, oh, my fellow- men, it is not very long that we shall be here. – Addresses by Phillips Brooks
  4. Yes, he's a very good sort of fellow. – Trumps by George William Curtis
  5. Well, do take care, that's a dear fellow. – Eric, or Little by Little by Frederic W. Farrar
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