Definition of Charnels

1. Noun. (plural of charnel) ¹



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Definition of Charnels

1. charnel [n] - See also: charnel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charnels

charmlike
charmonia
charmonium
charmoniums
charms
charmstone
charmstones
charmwork
charneco
charnecos
charnel
charnel house
charnel houses
charnelhouse
charnelhouses
charnels (current term)
charoite
charoites
charon phage
charophyte
charophytes
charoset
charoseth
charosets
charpai
charpais
charpie
charpies
charpoy
charpoys

Literary usage of Charnels

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1. The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated by William Warburton (1837)
"restres, et que Jes Juifs n'adoraient Dieu que pour les biens charnels."* And what more hath been said or done by the author of the DIVINE LEGATION ? ..."

2. Year Books of the Reign of King Edward the Third by Alfred John Horwood, Luke Owen Pike (1905)
"answered, because she was the neif of charnels; and in the end she came to ... What were the relations between charnels and Margaret apart from that of lord ..."

3. Transactions by Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (1866)
"At Muston, the charnels dwelt. They displayed gules, a fess, ermine, between two chevrons, or. The Stauntons lived near at hand, in the neighbouring county ..."

4. The Topographer: Containing a Variety of Original Articles, Illustrative of (1789)
"The former anciently belonged to the charnels. Robert Bakewell, Efq. has now ... There have been many arms in the church of the charnels, &c. ..."

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