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Definition of "burrell" []

  • Paul. born 1958, British butler and confidant to Diana, Princess of Wales. After her death he was charged with but (2003) acquitted of stealing from her estate. His book, A Royal Duty (2003), revealed intimate details of her life (noun)

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Use "burrell" in a sentence
  • "They also shot one or two wild sheep, known by the name of "burrell," and an antelope called"
  • "Hopefully will get an invite before the official release in one of the other rounds or if a kind and generous TC reader wants to send an invite to burrell. [email protected] reply"
  • "It was some seconds before the spectators could recover from surprise at an incident so curious, though it was one that may often be witnessed by those who wander among the wild crags of the Himalayas -- where combats between the males of the ibex, the tahir, the burrell or Himalayan wild sheep, and also the rams of the gigantic _Ovis ammon_, are of common occurrence."
  • "They also shot one or two wild sheep, known by the name of "burrell," and an antelope called"
  • "The hair is short, something in texture like that of the _burrell_ and other wild sheep; and in the cold weather is mixed with a very soft downy wool, resembling the shawl-wool of Thibet."
  • "On the contrary, unless the precipice be one of stupendous height, an ibex, or tahir, or burrell, will get up again after one of those fearful falls; and either run or limp away from the spot -- perhaps to recover, and try his luck and strength in some future encounter with the same adversary."
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