Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "hazle" [ha•zle]

  • Archaic form of hazel. (noun)
  • Archaic form of hazel. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hazle" in a sentence
  • "a tree named _luma_, for axle-trees and the poles of carriages; of a particular kind of hazle for ship-building, which answers excellently for oars; they likewise make chests and boxes of a species of cypress, and of a tree named _ciruelillo_."
  • "Bleaks in a boat in a Summers evening, with a hazle top about five or six foot long, and a line twice the length of the"
  • "Immediately upon their receiving this name, the trumpet is sounded, and they all leave the hill and return for Mecca, and being gone two or three miles on their way [,] they then rest for that night34; but after nomas, before they go to rest, each person gathers nine-and-forty small stones about the bigness of an hazle nut; the meaning of which I shall acquaint you with presently."