Definition of Scamel

1. the bar-tailed godwit [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scamel

scaly leg
scaly lentinus
scaly pholiota
scaly polypore
scaly ringworm
scaly tetter
scalyfoot
scam
scam artist
scamble
scambled
scambler
scamblers
scambles
scambling
scamel (current term)
scamels
scamilli
scamillus
scammed
scammee
scammel
scammer
scammers
scamming
scammoniate
scammonic acid
scammonies
scammonin
scammony

Literary usage of Scamel

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1. Annals of the Ancient Royal Forest of Exmoor: Compiled Chiefly from by Edwin John Rawle (1893)
"Because we wish that the perambulations which we have lately caused to be made, in the forest of Somerset, by our beloved and faithful Master Walter scamel, ..."

2. A Literary Middle English Reader by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1915)
"The ' scamel,' or footstool, here refers to the altar, with allusion to i Chron. 28.3; Ps. 99. 5; 132.7; Isa. 60.13; f°r 'he footstool may be identified ..."

3. A Literary Middle English Reader by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1915)
"The 'scamel,'or footstool, here refers to the altar, with allusion to 1 Chron. 28.3; Ps. 99. 5; 132.7; Isa. 60.13; for lhe footstool may be identified with ..."

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