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- Rhymes: -ɛks
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of feck
- (in minced oaths) Faith.
- 1836, “PRECEPTS AND PRACTICE: THE MAN AND HIS MASTER.”, in The New monthly magazine:
- The Lord save us, how cross you are this mornin', mister Mulligan! By my fecks, it wasn't to hould horses that I hired myself to your sarvice—an I'd have you to know that it is'nt my place.