Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See chisel.

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Examples

  • Have they a Peak Hill or a chesil over their stream?

    Sanditon

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    Jesse Kornbluth: Philip Roth's The Humbling Is, At 140 Pages, His Best Book In Years

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    Jesse Kornbluth: Philip Roth's The Humbling Is, At 140 Pages, His Best Book In Years

  • "The stream that flows from old Sanditon and is blocked by the chesil where it reaches the open sea?

    Sanditon

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