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- n. Alternative form of jheel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A morass; a shallow lake.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See jhil.
- n. Damage; trouble.
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There were snipe in countless myriads, and wild geese in flocks that rose from the jeel with a roar like a goods train crossing an iron bridge.
"I dinna like growkin 'bairns," I says to Nathan, juist as I was genna gie him a bit piece an 'some noo grozer jeel on't.
Near the village to the North, is a small _jeel_, covered to a great extent with a large Scirpus, Jussiaea, Azolla, Salvinia, etc.
Low ground near the jeel is covered with a low, handsome
Nicholas Giglio (jeel-EE-oh), who has been missing since the Thursday night crash.
The little piece now ventured into the world, owe* its origin to the fame fource: not only the general fub - jeel is drawn from Pamela, but almoft every circum - ftance in it.
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