Definition of Gaveled

1. Verb. (past of gavel) ¹



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Definition of Gaveled

1. gavel [v] - See also: gavel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaveled

gave
gave a bad name
gave away
gave birth
gave forth
gave head
gave in
gave it some welly
gave off
gave out
gave over
gave the finger
gave up
gave way
gavel
gaveled (current term)
gavelet
gavelets
gaveling
gavelkind
gavelkinds
gavelled
gaveller
gavellers
gavelling
gavelman
gavelmen
gaveloche
gaveloches
gavelock

Literary usage of Gaveled

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1. Cyclopedia of American Government by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin, Albert Bushnell Hart (1914)
"The Pennsylvania and Illinois legislatures have afforded notable instances of measures "gaveled through" by speakers with a cynical disregard not only of ..."

2. La Follette's Autobiography: A Personal Narrative of Political Experiences by Robert Marion La Follette (1913)
"What is significant is McGovern's admission that if he had been elected temporary chairman he would have "gaveled" the seventy-two delegates contested by ..."

3. The Story of the American Legion by George Seay Wheat (1919)
"man jammed that gaveled bit of the rudder of the North Pole ship down hard on the table and called the meeting to order he got what he had never received ..."

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