featherweight
Noun

featherweight (plural featherweights)

  1. A weight class in many combat sports; e.g. in professional boxing of a maximum of 126 pounds or 57.2 kilograms.
  2. A sportsman who fights in this division.
  3. The lightest weight that may be carried by a racehorse.
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