Definition of Pencels

1. Noun. (plural of pencel) ¹



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Definition of Pencels

1. pencel [n] - See also: pencel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pencels

penanced
penanceless
penances
penancing
penang
penang nut
penangs
penannular
penary
penates
penbutolol
pence
pencel
pencell
pencells
pencels (current term)
pencentric
pences
penchant
penchants
penciclovir
pencil-neck
pencil-necked
pencil-necks
pencil-pusher
pencil box
pencil boxes
pencil case
pencil cases

Literary usage of Pencels

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1. The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical by Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland (1833)
"peid for xij new pencels ... The preceding extracts shew that, in some instances, each of the Judas torches was ornamented with three pencels, or little ..."

2. Men of Iron by Howard Pyle (1919)
"... perhaps, of two hundred and fifty; spears and lances aslant, and banners, pennons, and pencels of black and yellow fluttering in the warm September air. ..."

3. Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances: To which is Prefixed an by George Ellis (1848)
"They were shape of castels; Of gold and silver the pencels. Many were the fair gest Thereon were written, and wild beast, Tigers, dragons, lions, ..."

4. Menaphon: Camila's Alarm to Slumbering Euphues in His Melancholy Cell at by Robert Greene (1895)
"... if Fates with their fore- pointing pencels did pen down, or Fortune with her deepest varietie résolue, or Loue with his greatest power determine to ..."

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