Definition of Keffels

1. keffel [n] - See also: keffel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Keffels

keester
keesters
keet
keets
keeve
keeved
keeves
keeving
kef
kefalograviera
kefalotiri
kefalotyri
keffe-kil
keffekil
keffel
keffels (current term)
keffiyah
keffiyahs
keffiyeh
keffiyehs
kefir
kefiran
kefirs
kefs
keftedes
kefuffle
kefuffled
kefuffles
keg
keg parties

Literary usage of Keffels

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1. The Patrician edited by John Burke, Bernard Burke (1847)
"Two keffels had been bespoke of our host, but as no time was to be lost in catching 'em, we mounted four men on two horses, and once more traversed the ..."

2. American Quarterly Observer by Bela Bates Edwards (1834)
"... Russian circumnavigator; Alexander Humboldt; Baron Lindenau, &c., with gold chronometers, executed by the Danish artists, Jurgensen and keffels. ..."

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