FELL, pret. of fall.

FELL, a.

1. Cruel; barbarous; inhuman.

It seemed fury, discord, madness fell.

2. Fierce; savage; ravenous; bloody.

More fell than tigers on the Libyan plain.

FELL, n. [L. pellis.] A skin or hide of a beast; used chiefly in composition, as wool-fell.

FELL, n. A barren or stony hill. [Local.]

FELL, v.t. To cause to fall; to prostrate; to bring to the ground, either by cutting, as to fell trees, or by striking, as to fell an ox.