Feather in a sentence as a noun

Anyone can pick up a feather duster and go to town.

I'm an android user and I don't know the man or the app. Is this really his only feather?

Feels like a place Reddit or 4chan would tar and feather and then let it hang out and dry until it's dead.

When I asked what they did and was told they made diodes, you could have knocked me over with a feather.

The sage told him to slice open a feather-filled pillow, shake it outside his house, then come back tomorrow.

"Its the difference between using a feather and using a chicken.

Eventually, in a still-air environment, the feather and the dust will settle to the ground.

Feather in a sentence as a verb

I'm probably missing something, by the Times article doesn't mention the word 'warrant'---that being the case shouldn't that ruffle a feather or two?

As usual where Apple has used a feather Microsoft have used the whole chicken with keyboards, screws, different versions, the whole enchilada.

The old restraints of the business world have been lifted and, as the book also predicted, all manner of new ways for people to feather their own nests have been invented and exploited.

It's not relevant, as I'm sure that George Monbiot does not care about this, the Guardian is aware of it, and none of these parties would give a flying feather what spindritf's opinion on this topic is.

" At press time, the princely scribe was seen finishing his apricot jasmine tea, asking a mere mortal sitting nearby to watch his literary accoutrements, and then prancing off to the Starbucks powder room, light as a feather.

That trip turned out to be my worst European trip ever -- most of my other memories of it involve shivering under an expensive feather duvet and trying not to infect anyone when I dragged myself to meetings.

Feather definitions


the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds

See also: plume plumage


turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls

See also: feathering


join tongue and groove, in carpentry


cover or fit with feathers


turn the paddle; in canoeing

See also: square


turn the oar, while rowing

See also: square


grow feathers; "The young sparrows are fledging already"

See also: fledge