Definition of Conveyal

1. a transmission [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conveyal

convexion
convexities
convexity
convexly
convexness
convexo-concave
convexo-convex
convexobasia
convexoconcave
convexoconcave lens
convexoconvex
convexoconvex lens
convexoplane
convey
conveyable
conveyal (current term)
conveyals
conveyance
conveyance of title
conveyancer
conveyancers
conveyances
conveyancing
conveyancings
conveyaunce
conveyed
conveyer
conveyer belt
conveyers
conveyest

Literary usage of Conveyal

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1. General Pathology by Ernst Ziegler (1908)
"time ; yet it is probable that such conveyal does take place, as, for example, in plague, ... This method of conveyal is of chief importance in malaria, ..."

2. General Pathology; from the 11th Rev. German Ed. by Ernst Ziegler, Douglas Symmers (1918)
"time ; yet it is probable that such conveyal does take place, as, for example, in plague, ... This method of conveyal is of chief importance in malaria, ..."

3. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"Referring to the act of moving something: spec, transfer, transferal, transport (chief- 'ly commercial), carriage, conveyal (rare), conveyance, ..."

4. The Methodist Review (1843)
"When the scribes took umbrage at the expression he had chosen to adopt for the conveyal of his mercy, his vindication assumed a most remarkable form. ..."

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