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Definition of "pell" [pell]

  • A fur or hide. (noun)
  • A lined cloak or its lining. (noun)
  • A roll of parchment; a record kept on parchment. (noun)
  • A body of water somewhere between a pond and a lake in size. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pell" in a sentence
  • "I snatched up my belongings, flung them in pell-mell, jumped upon the box, snapped to the hasp, and ran off with a porter towards the train, blank despair in my heart."
  • ""Since you asked... the American idea was born at approximately 5 p.m. on Friday, December 2, 1803, the moment Thomas Jefferson sprang the so-called pell-mell on the new British ambassador, Anthony Merry, at dinner in the White House.""
  • "More expensive schools cap their tuition at the maximum subsidized student loan rate, or the student loan rate plus the pell grant rate."