Definition of Stummel

1. part of a pipe [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stummel

stumbling-stone
stumbling-stones
stumbling block
stumbling blocks
stumblingblock
stumblingblocks
stumblingly
stumblings
stumbly
stumed
stumer
stumers
stuming
stumm
stummed
stummel (current term)
stummels
stummick
stumming
stump
stump camera
stump dump
stump orator
stump orators
stump powder
stump powders
stump speech
stump spud
stump up
stumpage

Literary usage of Stummel

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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"stummel, 15 111. (5 68 Conn. 237, 36 LRA 176. Peck) 412. "Clause." as used In Code, art 93, I 302, providing that no devise, In writing, of lands, ..."

2. Man to Man: The Story of Industrial Democracy by John Leitch (1919)
"The pieces are sorted to size and shape and then roughly cut into a pipe form which is called a "stummel." The stummel is then bored and goes on to be ..."

3. Man to Man: The Story of Industrial Democracy by John Leitch (1919)
"The pieces are sorted to size and shape and then roughly cut into a pipe form which is called a "stummel." The stummel is then bored and goes on to be ..."

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