Definition of Stells
1. stell [v] - See also: stell
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stells
Literary usage of Stells
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of the Farm by Henry Stephens (1852)
"i _• stells of planting. I think it would be desirable to have ihe ... 233, which are accessible from all quarters ; and 5 such stells would accommodate the ..."
2. The Story of the Expansion of Southern Africa by Alexander Wilmot (1895)
"... of Huguenot Emigrants—The Rule of the Van der stells—Shipwrecks— Capture of French Ships in Table Bay—War with the Hottentots and Bushmen. ..."
3. The History of South Africa by Alexander Wilmot (1901)
"... Rule of the Van der stells—Shipwrecks—Capture of French Ships in Table Bay—War with the Hottentots and Bushmen. AN expedition was sent by the Dutch ..."
4. A General Treatise on Cattle, the Ox, the Sheep, and the Swine by John Lawrence (1809)
"distinguished, as black-weather stells ami snow stells. The black-weather are also denominated c stells and y stells, the c stells being in ..."
5. Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General by Henry Stephens Randall (1856)
"In many parts of Scotland, " stells," as they are called, are made use of to shelter sheep. Fig. 39 on the preceding page is the form of one given in " The ..."