Definition of Dossels
1. dossel [n] - See also: dossel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dossels
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Literary usage of Dossels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1864)
"... Industry. sent clay acts as a containing line to dossels, doors, coupled windows, &c.; in fact, it is considered a cheap and easy way of making a thing ..."
2. Acupressure: A New Method of Arresting Surgical Haemorrhage and of by James Young Simpson (1864)
"The "vitriol and dossels of scraped lint" formed, of course, the old haemostatic Vitriol Buttons. 1 Nuck.—See his opinion in the original Latin, ..."
3. Journal of the ... Annual Convention, Diocese of Western New York by Convention, Council, Episcopal Church, Diocese of Western New York (1889)
"To Trinity Church has been given as memorials, altar plate, cross, desk and dossels ; Litany desk, font cover, lectern Bible, decoration of the church walls ..."
4. History of the Mongols: From the 9th to the 19th Century by Henry Hoyle Howorth, Ernest George Ravenstein (1876)
"He and the bravest warriors hid themselves in the dossels which camels carry on both sides so that each camel carried two men, armed with good sabres. ..."
5. The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1843)
"... the altars in England, but invariably at the sides, and sometimes at the back. These were called dossels, and are mentioned in the inventory of St. ..."