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blackboard eraser an object made of layers of felt used for erasing chalk from a blackboard.
deep intensely felt. [1/7 definitions]
derby a hard hat made of felt with a round top and a curved, narrow brim. [1/2 definitions]
devout truly felt; sincere. [1/2 definitions]
dull not felt in a sharp way. [1/6 definitions]
keen1 felt strongly; eager; intense. [1/3 definitions]
marker a pen, usually with a felt tip, that makes thick lines of ink. A marker is used for marking and writing.
mutual felt, said, or done by each for the other; shared by two or more people; given and received. [1/2 definitions]
own one's property, inheritance, fate, or what is felt to be one's due or potential. [1/4 definitions]
pulse1 the regular beating of the arteries that is caused by the beating of the heart. The pulse can be felt in the wrist or neck. [1/3 definitions]
rubber1 the British word for an object, usually made of rubber or felt, that is used to erase writing or marks. This meaning of rubber has the same meaning as the American word eraser. [1/4 definitions]
sombrero a straw or felt hat that has a wide brim and high crown. Sombreros are worn in Mexico.
strong firmly believed or felt. [1/7 definitions]
vision something present in or felt by the imagination but not actually present or true. [1/3 definitions]