Definition of Tonnells

1. tonnell [n] - See also: tonnell



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tonnells

tonking
tonks
tonlet
tonlets
tonnag
tonnage
tonnage duty
tonnages
tonnags
tonne
tonneau
tonneau cover
tonneaus
tonneaux
tonnell
tonnells (current term)
tonner
tonners
tonnes
tonnihood
tonnish
tono-
tonoclonic
tonoclonic spasm
tonofibril
tonofibrils
tonofilament
tonofilaments
tonogenesis
tonograph

Literary usage of Tonnells

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1. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... to be arched or turned over with brick, and to be made to carry and avoid smoke cleane through the tonnells of the same: and in every of the same ..."

2. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1841)
"... to be arched or turned over with brick, and to be made to carry and avoid smoke cleane through the tonnells of the same : and in every of the same ..."

3. Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and Notes, an by Charles Mills Gayley, Alwin Thaler (1913)
"... he dos take this same filthy roguish tabacco, the finest, and cleanliest! it would doe a man good to see the fume come forth at 's tonnells ! ..."

4. Memoirs of Edward Alleyn: Including Some New Particulars Respecting by John Payne Collier (1841)
"... to be arched or turned over with brick, and to be made to carry and avoid smoke cleane through the tonnells of the same: and in every of the same ..."

5. Dulwich College and Edward Alleyn: A Short History of the Foundation of God by William Harnett Blanch (1877)
"... to be arched or turned over with brick and to be made to carry and avoid smoke cleane through the tonnells of the same, and in every of the same ..."

6. Ye Parish of Cam̃erwell: A Brief Account of the Parish of Camberwell, Its by William Harnett Blanch (1877)
"... to be arched or turned over with brick and to be made to carry and avoid smoke cleane through the tonnells of the same, and in every of the same ..."

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