Definition of Trunnels

1. Noun. (plural of trunnel) ¹



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Definition of Trunnels

1. trunnel [n] - See also: trunnel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trunnels

trunkfish
trunkfishes
trunkful
trunkfuls
trunking
trunkings
trunkless
trunklike
trunkline
trunklines
trunkload
trunkloads
trunks
trunks of brachial plexus
trunnel
trunnels (current term)
trunnion
trunnioned
trunnions
trupial
trupials
truquage
truquages
truqueur
truqueurs
truscottite
trusion
truss
truss bridge
trussed

Literary usage of Trunnels

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1. British Farmer's Magazine (1838)
"These trunnels are the pins, of which so many are used to hold the ... All the American public ships are built with locust trunnels, and so are all ..."

2. The Woodlands: Or, A Treatise on the Preparing of Ground for Planting; on ...by William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1825)
"These trunnels are the pins, of which so many are used to' hold the ... All the American public ships are built with Locust trunnels, and so are all the ..."

3. Shaw's Civil Architecture: Being a Complete Theoretical and Practical System by Edward Shaw (1852)
"trunnels may be made of white oak, one and a half inches in diameter. They are made very cheaply .and excellently by being rived out square, and driven, ..."

4. Civil Architecture: Or, A Complete Theoretical and Practical System of Building by Edward Shaw (1836)
"trunnels may be made of white oak, one and a half inches in diameter. They are made very cheaply and excellently, by being rived out square, ..."

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