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FEAT, noun [Latin factum, from facio, to perform.]

1. An act; a deed; an exploit; as a bold feat; a noble feat; feats of prowess.

2. In a subordinate sense, any extraordinary act of strength, skill or cunning, as feats of horsemanship, or of dexterity; a trick.

FEAT, adjective Ready; skilful; ingenious.

Never master had a page - so feat

FEAT, verb transitive To form; to fashion.