feathered vs feathery what difference

what is difference between feathered and feathery

English

Adjective

feathered

  1. Covered with feathers.
  2. (rowing) Having the blades of oars or propellers parallel to the direction of motion.
  3. (engineering, manufacturing) Having a finely bevelled edge.
  4. (Appalachia) Badly beaten.
  5. (in combination) Having a specific type or number of feathers.
  6. (poetic) Swift, like the flight of a feathered creature.

Synonyms

  • befeathered

Translations

Verb

feathered

  1. simple past tense and past participle of feather

Anagrams

  • defeather


English

Etymology

feather +‎ -y

Pronunciation

  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈfɛ.ðəɹ.i/

Adjective

feathery (comparative featherier or more feathery, superlative featheriest or most feathery)

  1. Resembling feathers.
  2. Covered with feathers.

Translations

Noun

feathery (plural featheries)

  1. (furry fandom) Someone who roleplays or describes themselves as being a bird or bird-like animal character with human characteristics.
    Synonym: avian

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