Definition of Cannels

1. cannel [n] - See also: cannel



Lexicographical Neighbors of Cannels

canned foods
canned goods
canned heat
canned hunt
canned laughter
canned meat
canned response
canned responses
cannel
cannel coal
cannellini
cannellini bean
cannelloni
cannelon
cannelons
cannels (current term)
cannelure
cannelured
cannelures
canner
canneries
canners
cannery
cannet
cannibal
cannibal mound
cannibalic
cannibalisation
cannibalisations
cannibalise

Literary usage of Cannels

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on Earthy and Other Minerals and Mining by David Christopher Davies (1888)
"Asphaltum, Varieties of—History of the Uses of Bituminous Substances —Of the American Petroleum Industry—The cannels of Flintshire and Lancashire—Modes of ..."

2. A Treatise on Earthly and Other Minerals and Mining by David Christopher Davies (1884)
"Asphaltum, Varieties of—History of the Uses of Bituminous Substances •—Of the American Petroleum Industry—The cannels of Flintshire and Lancashire—Modes of ..."

3. Reports of Proceedings by Associations of gas engineers and managers, United Kingdom (1887)
"I have thought the present time opportune to give you a short account of my experience in the use of shales and " bastard," or so-called third-class cannels ..."

4. Economic Geology; Or, Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures by David Page (1874)
"Before the introduction of coal-gas these cannels were all but rejected, but since then they have ... Several of these cannels—those of Wigan in Lancashire, ..."

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