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- n. Alternative form of carl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See carl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variant of carl.
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From his countenance I could not gather what he had said but the word kerl made me prepare myself for a repetition of the struggle of yesterday, for which I did not feel the least inclination.
Tehn tehy kerl up an go to sleep an yur up awl nite wit a shotgun!
Snorgul, smooch, kerl teh tayl, kraws teh pawzez, myow myow purr myow.
But, Sin Showpanza, could anybroddy which walked this world with eyes whiteopen have looked twinsomer than the kerl he left behind him?
Crovax dissolved the platform and mounted his kerl.
Teynel leaned nonchalantly across the neck of his kerl.
The commander's kerl was tethered to the stump of a lance outside his quarters.
Twenty-five yards away, four kerl riders spotted them and gave chase.
Teynel had gotten on their lone kerl, as befitted his senior rank among the "Rathi" troops.
The second rider hauled on his reins, twisting his beast away from the fallen kerl.