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- n. Alternative form of creel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See creel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Another spelling of creel.
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He rose, grasping in his teeth the kreel of weed and shells.
She kissed the dog on the forehead; then pointed to the kreel of shells and seaweed on the red, smooth piece of rock.
He was quite dead; but in his teeth there still was clenched the osier kreel, washed empty of its freight.
Bronze looked in her face with eyes of woe and longing; but he made no moan or sound, but only stretched himself beside the kreel on guard.
He rose for the fourth time, his head above the surf, the kreel uplifted still, the sun-rays full upon his brown weary eyes, with all their silent agony and mute appeal.
February 26th, 2009 at 10: 29 am kreel - I never said I support the governments story.
Nay; no thanks, "he said, and lifted on the other's back the kreel full of potatoes dug for the market.