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Fettle

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as a verb, means to repair; to smoothe; as an adjective, it means well-knit, all right and tight. It is connected with our word feat, the French faire, the Latin facere.

Fettled ale, in Lancashire, means ale warmed and spiced.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Ferrex and Porrex
Ferumbras
Fescennine Verses
Fess (Latin, fascia, a band or covering for the thighs)
Fest
Fetch
Fetches
Fetiche or Fetish
Fetter Lane
Fettle
Feu de Joie (French)
Feud
Feudal
Feudal System (The)
Feuillants
Feuilleton [feu-yĕ-ton]
Fever-lurdan or Fever-lurgan
Fever-lurk
Fey
Fezon