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Spell Check of felt

Correct spelling: felt

Definition of felt:

  1. A stuff of wool, or wool and hair, which is matted into a fabric by beating, rolling, and pressure; a hat made of felt.
  2. To make into, or cover with felt.

Common misspellings for felt:

feelt, velt, ffability, fealt.


Google Ngram Viewer results for felt:

This graph shows how "felt" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for felt:

  1. As the scene of life would be more the cold emptiness of space than the warm, dense atmosphere of planets, the advantage of containing no organic material at all, so as to be independent of both these conditions, would be increasingly felt.
  2. We had problems like all families but we had a lot of love. I was extremely loved. We always felt we had each other.
  3. I think I finally chose the graduate degree in engineering primarily because it only took one year and law school took three years, and I felt the pressure of being a little behind- although I was just 22.
  4. I had a similar year back in 1984 when I felt like I couldn't lose.
  5. I did not support any more New York. I lived 10 years there, and after September 11, I felt very European. I did not share the opinion of people in the street, who were deeply influenced by what they heard in the media.

Rhymes for felt:

  1. melt, welt, dwelt, dealt, svelte, celt, smelt, belt, knelt, welte, pelt;