Definition of Taffarel

1. taffrail [n -S] - See also: taffrail



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taffarel

taeniid
taeniloae
taeniodont
taeniodonts
taenioglossa
taenioglossate
taenioid
taenioidea
taeniola
taeniosomi
taenite
taenites
taes
tafelspitz
tafenoquine
taffarel (current term)
taffarels
tafferel
tafferels
tafferer
tafferers
taffeta
taffeta weave
taffetas
taffeties
taffetized
taffety
taffia
taffias

Literary usage of Taffarel

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1. Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of by Forster, R. P (1818)
"... hold of the taffarel, which enabled me to resist in part the weight of the wave. I was, however, swept off' my feet, and dashed against the main-mast. ..."

2. The Methodist Magazine by John Wesley (1799)
"the time, near the wheel, and fortunately had hold of the taffarel,' which enabled him to ... The jerk from the taffarel, which he held very ..."

3. A New System: Or, An Analysis of Antient Mythology by Jacob Bryant (1807)
"45 6 Height from tlie bottom of the keel to the taffarel 6l 6 Burthen in tons «... 2000 In the computation and measurement of the Alexandrine ship I allow ..."

4. A Journey Over Land to India: Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any by Donald Campbell (1795)
"I was {landing, at the time, near the wheel, and fortunately had hold of the taffarel, which enabled me to ... The jerk from the taffarel, which I held very ..."

5. Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of by Forster, R. P (1818)
"... hold of the taffarel, which enabled me to resist in part the weight of the wave. I was, however, swept off' my feet, and dashed against the main-mast. ..."

6. The Methodist Magazine by John Wesley (1799)
"the time, near the wheel, and fortunately had hold of the taffarel,' which enabled him to ... The jerk from the taffarel, which he held very ..."

7. A New System: Or, An Analysis of Antient Mythology by Jacob Bryant (1807)
"45 6 Height from tlie bottom of the keel to the taffarel 6l 6 Burthen in tons «... 2000 In the computation and measurement of the Alexandrine ship I allow ..."

8. A Journey Over Land to India: Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any by Donald Campbell (1795)
"I was {landing, at the time, near the wheel, and fortunately had hold of the taffarel, which enabled me to ... The jerk from the taffarel, which I held very ..."

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