Definition of Easels

1. Noun. (plural of easel) ¹



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Definition of Easels

1. easel [n] - See also: easel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Easels

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earworms
earywig
ease
ease off
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easeful
easefull
easefully
easefulness
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easeless
easellike
easels (current term)
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easier said than done
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easiest
easily
easiness
easinesses

Literary usage of Easels

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1. Teaching and Organisation by Percy Arthur Barnett (1910)
"easels , . i, easels are used to hold blackboards or drawing boards in a nearly upright position, while maps are suspended vertically on stands. ..."

2. The Painter in Oil; a Complete Treatise on the Principles and Technique by Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst (1903)
"CHAPTER III easels THE important thing in an easel is that it should be steady ... Don't get one of the various three-legged folding easels which cost about ..."

3. School Architecture: Being Practical Remarks on the Planning, Designing by Edward Robert Robson (1877)
"... and fire irons—The cooking stove—Minor details—easels—Lesson- stands— Blackboards — Maps — Diagrams — Models—Abaci—The French "compendium"—Kinder-garton ..."

4. Brookes's General Gazetteer Improved: Or, A New and Compendious Geographical ...by Richard Brookes by Richard Brookes (1812)
"... with small • easels. Tue Italian language is tangir, ii-re with such purity, that many fo- .... easels ..."

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