Definition of Stanchels

1. Noun. (plural of stanchel) ¹



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Definition of Stanchels

1. stanchel [n] - See also: stanchel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stanchels

stamping machine
stamping mill
stamping out
stampings
stampless
stamps
stamps out
stampt
stamulumab
stanazolol
stance
stances
stanch
stanched
stanchel
stanchels (current term)
stancher
stanchers
stanches
stanchest
stanching
stanchion
stanchioned
stanchioning
stanchions
stanchless
stanchly
stanchness
stanck

Literary usage of Stanchels

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1. Parish Registers in England: Their History and Contents, with Suggestions by Robert Edmond Chester Waters (1883)
"... and for a horse which trailed him from off the sled to the gallows, 12d.; for four iron stanchels, with hooks on them for the hanging of the seminaries ..."

2. Publications of the Surtees Society by Surtees Society (1867)
"to a mason for two days' work, setting the stanchels of the gates fast, ... for fire and coals for melting the lead to set the iron stanchels of the gate ..."

3. Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Ambrose Barnes, Late Merchant and Sometime by William Hylton Dyer Longstaffe, SURTEES SOCIETY. (1867)
"for four iron stanchels, with hooks on them for the hanging of the ... to a mason for two days' work, setting the stanchels of the gates fast, lOd. a day, ..."

4. Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Ambrose Barnes, Late Merchant and Sometime by William Hylton Dyer Longstaffe (1867)
"for four iron stanchels, with hooks on them for the hanging of the ... to a mason for two days' work, setting the stanchels of the gates fast, Wd. a day, ..."

5. A New Family Encyclopedia: Or, Compendium of Universal Knowledge by Charles Augustus Goodrich (1835)
"132) is, after tying the cow in the stanchels, to make one end of a rope fast round her horns, and put the other end over the girt which is about two feet ..."

6. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop, Oliver Heslop (1894)
"Paide for 4 iron stanchels, with hookes on them for the hinging of the ... Paide for fier and coles for melting the lead to set the iron stanchels of the ..."

7. History of Newcastle and Gateshead by Howard Pease, Richard Welford (1887)
"2d. ; for four iron stanchels, with hooks on them, for the hanging of the seminary's four quarters on the four gates, 35. 8d. ; for one iron wedge for ..."

8. The Book of Stobo Church (1907)
"Also the east end of the Manse is not thatched with straw, as likewise the middle wall in the garret is not pinned and cast with lime, also the stanchels of ..."

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