Word to the Wise: feat

feat (noun) – a strong or remarkable action

Note: Don’t confuse this word with feet, which is the plural of foot.

Here are some examples of how you can use feat:

The cat jumped from the tall building and landed on its feet; now there’s a feat.

Usain Bolt isn’t only the fastest person on earth, but he’s also the first to hold the world records on the 100 and 200 meters, which are real athletic feats.

Her book was a feat of the imagination.

Bungee jumping isn’t so much a feat of courage as a wish for a quick thrill.

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