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feather in Other sports topic

featherfeather2 verb [transitive]  1 feather your nest2 DSOto put feathers on an arrow tar and feather somebody at tar2(3)→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
featherIt was still a quarter of a mile beyond the line-up and it was already feathering.The primary bevels were ground back and feathered away on the grindstone, taking care not to overheat and destroy the temper.A small shiver of apprehension feathered her spine.So long as they were in favour, they were free to feather their nests, which Andrei did as industriously as anyone else.