fellah fellah


  • (n) an agricultural laborer in Arab countries


  1. You can see it simply in the fellah's clothes.
  2. A fellah's son and once a shrewd, honest politician, Nahas now merely wants to remain Premier in peace quiet.
  3. Under Nasser's socialism, the fellah no longer has to make obeisance to the local pasha; instead, he is cheated by the corrupt administrator appointed by Cairo.



    Joe Torre grabbed one rein, and Bernie Schiappa took the other side as two of Game On Dude’s owners guided the big fellah into the winner’s circle following his romp in the $1 million TVG Pacific Classic.
    on August 26, 2013     Source: U-T San Diego

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  1. "This is a fellah who grew up having anything that he pleased, being able to say anything that he wants to say, that's how he grew up," said State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno. "So it's kind of hard for him sometimes to relate to the...
    on Apr 24, 2007 By: Joseph Bruno Source: NY1

  2. Italy's goalscorer Christian Vieri, whose header cancelled out a Fernando Torres opener, said: "It was a good match and above all a good party. Did you see the old fellah? He is still great isn't he?"
    on Apr 28, 2004 By: Christian Vieri Source: SI.com

  3. "I have played against him when Munster played Wasps and he is a very capable young fellah. We'll probably have to keep an extra eye on him," said Wallace. "A lot of us would have played against Jonny (Wilkinson), so Cipriani brings a little...
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: David Wallace Source: Irish Independent

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