Definition of Rowelled

1. Verb. (past of rowel) ¹



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Definition of Rowelled

1. rowel [v] - See also: rowel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rowelled

rowdily
rowdiness
rowdinesses
rowdy
rowdydow
rowdydowdy
rowdydows
rowdyish
rowdyism
rowdyisms
rowed
roweite
rowel
roweled
roweling
rowelled (current term)
rowelling
rowels
rowen
rowens
rower
rowers
rowhouse
rowhouses
rowing
rowing boat
rowing boats
rowing club
rowing machine
rowing machines

Literary usage of Rowelled

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1. Ancient Meols; Or, Some Account of the Antiquities Found Near Dove Point, on by Abraham Hume (1863)
"... beyond the j[heel;*« but the fe often small as •the iron one.ft that the rowelled in the time of i that it appears •seal; ..."

2. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1895)
"At that period he believes that the rowelled spur came in ; at the same time he ... If this be the case our Norman invaders should have worn rowelled spurs; ..."

3. The Martial Annals of the City of York by Cæsar Caine (1893)
"The rowelled spur was invented in the reign of Henry III (1216-1272). Sometimes a person of Norman or Plantagenet times is represented on one seal wearing ..."

4. Memoirs Illustrative of the History and Antiquities of Norfolk and the City (1851)
"A rowelled spur, of the times of Richard II., found at Morley, in Norfolk. ... A rowelled spur, of the time of Henry VI., with ornaments inlaid in gold, ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"Calves are said to be rowelled when the loose flesh of the throat is pierced, and a string passed through the hole thus made. This is done to prevent them ..."

6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1865)
"Mr. and Mrs. SC Hall have published a front view of both effigies'1, but on too small a scale to be of much use, though even there the broad-rowelled spur ..."

7. The Antiquary (1873)
"It is evident, however, from the style of armour, the rowelled spurs, &c., that the original of this engraving cannot be older than the reign of Edward I. ..."

8. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1853)
"The feet are supported by well carved clusters of oak leaves with acorns, and the spurs are broadly rowelled. The effigy is well sculptured, apparently in ..."

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