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feck

(fɛk)
n
obsolete
a. worth; value
b. amount; quantity
c. the greater part; the majority
[C15 (Scottish dialect) fek, short for effect]

feck

(fɛk)
vb, n, interj
slang a variant of fuck

Feck

 the bulk; the greater part; a quantity, 1470.
Examples: feck of books, 1887; of work, 1876.
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While the large crowd expected a Chinese clean sweep, the German team of Hausding and Feck had other ideas and took an early lead in the men's 3m synchro.
Moments after the splash heard around London, Feck received support from his German teammate Patrick Hausding as his score of zero was announced over the PA system.
We've done really well with our other Kydex holsters, and we really think this new one is going to set the market on fire," Feck said.
Given both the competency-based and behavioral focus of this development initiative, Feck chose a clinically trained consulting psychologist (Wasylyshyn) as his program design partner.
Who knows what may happen when fecks are joined across the political spectrum?
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I'M no great fan of Ronald McDonald - his staff usually feck up my order and I'm starving ten minutes after I've eaten in one of his restaurants.
When he started crawling I'm thinking, 'What the feck do we do now?
Feck me, it must be chilled by now - that's been 111 years
The word feck isn't anybody's property - certainly not mine.
HE'S HARDLY recognisable as the filthy, mad priest causing chaos with his chants of 'Drink, feck, girls
Frank Kelly, Dermot Morgan, & Ardal O'Hanlon - Father Jack Father Ted and Father Dougal Feck, arse, girls.