Synonyms of 'fellow'
a man or boy(old-fashioned) He appeared to be a fine fellow.
I had not expected the young man to reappear before evening.
I knew him when he was just a little boy.
the rights and responsibilities of the individual
What an unpleasant character he is!
I was working with a guy from Vietnam.
bloke (British, informal),
He is a really nice bloke.
Most of these artists are not known to the ordinary punter.
Her husband's a very decent chap.
a comrade or associateHe stood out from all his fellows at work.
the restaurant owner's business associates
Three of my colleagues have been made redundant.
Her personality made her popular with her peers.
The support of our members is of great importance to the Association.
I had a long talk with my best friend.
They were partners in crime.
She was one of them, their equal.
He has been her constant companion for the last six years.
Unlike so many of his comrades, he survived the war.
his weekend drinking sessions with his cronies
a person in the same group or condition
It is unlikely that his counterpart in India will disagree with him at this point.
Moira was a perfect match for him.
Your mother sees you as her double.
their freedom-loving brothers
The guest cabin is a mirror image of its mate.
the twin of the chair she had at the cottage
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in the sense of bloke
a manHe is a really nice bloke.
in the sense of boy
a male childI knew him when he was just a little boy.
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