Synonyms of fellow in English:

fellow


See definition of fellow

noun

1‘he's a decent sort of fellow’

SYNONYMS
man, boy
person, individual, soul
informal guy, lad, fella, codger, sort, character, customer, punter, devil, bunny, bastard
British informal chap, bloke, gent, geezer, bod
Scottish, Irish informal bodach
North American informal dude, hombre
Australian, New Zealand informal digger
South African informal ou, oke
Indian informal admi
informal, dated body, dog
British informal, dated cove
Scottish archaic carl

2‘has she got a fellow?’

SYNONYMS
boyfriend, lover
informal fella
British informal boyf

3‘he exchanged relieved glances with his fellows’

SYNONYMS
companion, friend, crony, comrade, partner, associate, co-worker, colleague
informal chum, pal, buddy
British informal mate, oppo, bruvver, bruv

4‘some peasants were wealthier than their fellows’

SYNONYMS
peer, equal, contemporary, brother
confrère
archaic compeer
rare coeval, coequal

5‘the fellow to the absent key lay on the table’

SYNONYMS
counterpart, mate, partner, match, twin, brother, double
copy, duplicate

Phrases

    fellow feeling

    ‘she felt a rush of fellow feeling for the unfortunate woman’


    SYNONYMS

    sympathy, empathy, feeling, compassion, care, concern, solicitude, solicitousness, warmth, tenderness, brotherly love

    pity, sorrow, commiseration, condolences

    affinity, rapport, harmony, understanding, fellowship, closeness, togetherness, connection, communion

    rare

    caritas