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fell2 British & World English

Cut down (a tree)

fell3 British & World English

A hill or stretch of high moorland, especially in northern England

fell4 British & World English

Of terrible evil or ferocity; deadly

fell5 British & World English

An animal’s hide or skin with its hair

fell1 English Thesaurus

all the dead sycamores had to be felled

fell2 English Thesaurus

she solved all her problems in one fell swoop

fell in fall British & World English

Move from a higher to a lower level, typically rapidly and without control

Fell pony British & World English

A large pony, typically black, of a breed with a long wavy mane and tail

Rough Fell British & World English

A sheep of a large long-woolled breed found in the Pennine area of England

fell-walking British & World English

The activity of walking or rambling on the fells

flat-fell in fell2 British & World English

Stitch down (the edge of a seam) to lie flat

free fall British & World English

Move under the force of gravity only; fall rapidly

clear-fell in clear-cut British & World English

Cut down and remove every tree from (an area)

at/in one fell swoop in fell2 English Thesaurus

she solved all her problems in one fell swoop