Definition of Gavelmen

1. gavelman [n] - See also: gavelman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gavelmen

gave the finger
gave up
gave way
gavel
gaveled
gavelet
gavelets
gaveling
gavelkind
gavelkinds
gavelled
gaveller
gavellers
gavelling
gavelman
gavelmen (current term)
gaveloche
gaveloches
gavelock
gavelocks
gavels
gaverick
gavest
gaviae
gavial
gavialoid
gavials
gaviiform seabird
gavilimomab
gavot

Literary usage of Gavelmen

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1. The Growth of the Manor by Sir Paul Vinogradoff (1905)
"The English equivalent of cen- sores must have been malmen, or, possibly, gavelmen. 55. I think that we have to construe in this sense the words of the will ..."

2. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University, Herbert Baxter Adams (1902)
"... and " gavelmen " of England, the house and body servante of Virginia, the efficient artisans and the aged, who tended to become peasant proprietors, ..."

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