Feather spray

(Naut.) the spray thrown up, like pairs of feathers, by the cutwater of a fast-moving vessel.
- Raymond.

See also: Feather

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The disc fascinator with large poppy and feather spray (pounds 125) is a brave but rather gorgeous choice
John Lewis has a small pink and black disc fascinator with large poppy and feather spray, pounds 125, and a loopy feather fascinator, pounds 25, which is available in a variety of colours.
The most popular styles within the John Lewis range include a two-tone hat in caramel with feather spray, at pounds 139, and a 1950s-inspired bell-shaped hat with linen swirl for pounds 99.
The ceremony was highlighted with beautiful handpainted silver iron candelabra vases that held spectacular displays of garden blossoms, moss, and feather sprays. Sunset lighting cast a soft glow over the ceremony as guests enjoyed the nuptials.