Definition of Fannells

1. fannell [n] - See also: fannell

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fannells

fankle
fankled
fankles
fankling
fanks
fanless
fanlight
fanlights
fanlike
fanlisting
fanlistings
fanmade
fanned
fannel
fannell
fannells (current term)
fannels
fanner
fanners
fannerved
fannies
fanning
fannings
fannish
fanny
fanny about
fanny around
fanny fart
fanny magnet
fanny pack

Literary usage of Fannells

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1. The Injunctions and Other Ecclesiastical Proceedings of Richard Barnes by Church of England Diocese of Durham. Bishop (1577-1587 : Barnes), James Raine (1850)
"... preist, deacon and subdeacon, with three albes, stoles and fannells. ... of whyte damaske, stoles and fannells. The third chist. ..."

2. Sutton-in-Holderness: The Manor, the Berewic, and the Village Community by Thomas Blashill (1896)
"... and fannells, 2 Paxis of woode." * The organ is an evidence of the scale on which the services had been performed, as to the rest there is not much that ..."

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