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Feathers – \feath•ers\ Noun: Slang for hubris, arrogant, vain, narcissistic, selfish, self-centered. Originated from the cliché “He’s like a peacock so in love with his own feathers he’d high five his own shadow”
The server referred to John as “Feathers” to her co-workers because Feathers was so self-centered he liked leaving an intentional mess and bossing people around at the restaurant which gave him a sense of narcissistic pleasure and inflated self-worth.
Por Giggles T. Clown 23 de septiembre de 2014
 
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a word describing a girl that is intimately unapproachable and socially awkward
"i saw this girl at the party last night, spent all night watching her and when i finally went to talk to her, i found out she was a total feather"
Por feather in wonderland 25 de mayo de 2009
 
3.
pot, boo, weed, grass, green, dank

Another synonym for the plant cannabis sativa, usually to refer to the higher quality.

This term was invented by a small stoner child when said child declared that calling it 'stoned' was silly, because stones were heavy and it made one feel as though one was flying, and therefore should be called 'feathered'.

See also philly walk.
"Let's get some feathers and an eight-ball, mate."

"You gonna share any of those feathers, or do I gotta go buy my own?"
Por the One Woman Psych Ward 25 de agosto de 2006
 
4.
(Science) The process of pulling back on the sterile wrap of a disposable pipette to then insert the pipette into a pipettor. It may also include the process of inserting the pipette into a pipettor.
The bacteria is ready, feather the pipette.
Por isef2010 15 de agosto de 2010
 
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Derived from goose-feather or cuckoo feather (cuckoo bird), a feather, or a feath, is a crazy-person. He or she is usually out of their mind and in their own world, but not all the time. They tend to "feath" out or "flap" around wildly. When agitated, which occurs often, feathers can become ruffled. This is also detected through the possessed, wild-eyed look of the feather. A flapping sound can be used to reference the actions of said feather or the presence of a feather.
"That girl at the party was a total feather."

"Did you see that guy on the bus feathing out?"

"Dinner was great, until I got "feathed". I am not sitting next to Bob's sister again."

"Feath came over last night, and was flapping every which way and left feathers all over the ground!"
Por wil' child 23 de septiembre de 2009
 
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(n) - fake leather

The material which garments made in china are often made of.
Did you see Jim's new feather jacket?

Hey man, the seats in your car are really comfy! - Thanks, paid like 20$ for the feather!
Por The Bossss 23 de marzo de 2014
 
7.
To lightly press down on a car's gas pedal so to rev up the engine slighty....from 850 rpm to maybe 1200 rpm. Not a full 12 grand red zone engine blast
Okay, Frank, the car keeps on cutting out on me, so feather the gas so that I see what is going on.
Por Big Tom 13 de septiembre de 2006