fellow (n.) Old form(s): Fellowes
fellow-servant, colleague
Cor IV.v.2[First Servingman alone] I think our fellows are asleep
Tim IV.ii.18[Third Servant to Flavius] We are fellows still
Tim IV.ii.25[Flavius to Servants] Wherever we shall met, for Timon's sake, / Let's yet be fellows [or: sense 1]
TS I.i.220[Biondello to Lucentio] has my fellow Tranio stolen your clothes
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