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


The horses can stand in the sun, but double the felts over the loins.

The felts have no seams, and are from one to four inches thick.

Sometimes the felts are decorated with colored threads and often the name of the weaver is woven in.

On the 11th of May, Mrs. Felts went home and took charge of her work, while she gave her time fully to the care of the sick.

On the 5th of the same month she wrote a long letter to Mrs. Felts inviting her home.

The chief manufactures are felts and other woollen fabrics, principally carpets, which have a world-wide reputation.

The first takes a small portion, and with its jaws and fore-legs as it were felts it together.

The felts which convey the paper are omitted so as to get a clearer view of the molds.

They likewise make sandals, and socks, and other garments, and felts for covering their houses.

The coucher takes immediate possession of the felts for his further operations.