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There’s no doubt this is enthralling, double-tap-worthy content, but unless you’re an athlete or a fitness professional yourself, you probably won’t be able to equal many of these feats at home.

The site is also projecting a 1-in-3 chance that the President repeats his 2016 feat of winning the election while losing the national popular vote.

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Exactly how the immune system manages that feat isn’t known.

Bats, foxes, raccoons, boars and other wildlife that harbor potential zoonotic infections tend to hide in remote places, so vaccinating enough of them to create herd immunity is not an easy feat.

Achieving that ambitious feat could only happen if MediaTek’s chips are “widely adopted” by Huawei, Brady Wang, a semiconductor analyst at Counterpoint Research in Taipei, wrote in a note about the call.

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Murders in the City of Angels have fallen by about half in the last 10 years: no small feat for such a big city.

The real hackers—whoever they may prove to be—had pulled off a feat: they ruined a Hollywood fete.

The sets—which, really, were a feat of design and direction—appeared to be remnants of a Lewis Carroll fever dream.

As great as this feat was, an equally demanding test followed: to conceal from the Nazis that Enigma had been beaten.

Luckily the duo got what they needed before they had to pack it up, which is not an easy feat when working with a drone.

Having achieved this feat he sighed again, and applied himself assiduously to the pie.

He made a deliberate effort to put himself in Zeal's place, and after several failures accomplished the feat.

By means of this proof he confutes the cowardly rival who claims to have achieved the feat.

During this same year, a most unusual naval feat occurred in the Revolutionary War.

Over this same highway it would now be an easy feat for a powerful car to cover the distance in three or four hours.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to feat, such as: accomplishment, adventure, deed, exploit, performance, and stunt.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.