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  1. fellow-prefix

    Prefixed to a noun to say that someone shares the same condition as oneself as represented by the noun.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of fellow- in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of fellow- in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of fellow- in a Sentence

  1. Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez:

    This defendant viciously assaulted a fellow subway rider for no other reason than the color of her skin, acts of hate are not tolerated in Brooklyn, a place that prides itself on the diversity of its communities. I hope this sentence sends a clear message that racism and intolerance are unwelcome here.

  2. Andy Beshear:

    Folks, we shouldn't have to do this, i think it's not a test of faith whether you're going to an in-person service -- it's a test of faith that you're willing to sacrifice to protect your fellow man, your fellow woman, your fellow Kentuckian and your fellow American.

  3. Hiroyuki Mori:

    No one was without damage, and we were prepared, i was lucky. I have a concrete house, unfortunately I (can) not say the same for many of my fellow Chuukese. Ships have sunk. Homes destroyed. Breadfruits, mangoes, bananas and coconuts, our local source of food ... trimmed down to just stems and branches.

  4. Bidens First 100 DaysBiden:

    I don't believe the people of this country just want to stand by and watch their friends and their neighbors, coworkers, fellow Americans go hungry, lose their homes, or lose their sense of dignity and hope and respect.

  5. Jared Polis:

    While of course this legislation can't bring any of our fellow Coloradoans back who are no longer with us, we know that this not only can prevent future loss of life, but can also be part of the healing for the Thallas family and so many others impacted by gun violence by a stolen gun.

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