Definition of Debels
1. debel [v] - See also: debel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Debels
Literary usage of Debels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Leaves from a physician's journal by D E Smith (1867)
"But, Massa honey, 'member dis, de Lord-man drive de debels out of de Mag- alene, an' he stronger than earth or hell. De cross, de cross, massa, ..."
2. A Journey Through Texas by Frederick Law Olmsted (1857)
"... desregierung sich aller Einmischung in Sachen der Sklaverei enthalte ; dass aber, wenu ein einzelner Staat die Beseitigung dieses debels beschliesst, ..."
3. Life and Adventures of "Buffalo Bill," Colonel William F. Cody by Buffalo Bill, William Lightfoot Visscher (1917)
"The darkies had never been in an Indian fight and were anxious to catch the band we were after and " Sweep do red debels from off de face of de ..."
4. The Nest Hunters, Or, Adventures in the Indian Archipelago by William Dalton, C. P. Nicholls (1863)
"S'pose sahibs go dere, dey no come back; no man ebber do 'scape dat cave ob debels." Then, to frighten us the more (at least so we thought), he told us that ..."
5. Story of the Wild West and Camp-fire Chats, by Buffalo Bill, (Hon. W. F by Buffalo Bill (1888)
"The darkies had never been in an Indian fight and were anxious to catch the band we were after and “Sweep de red debels from off de face ..."