Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Obsolete forms of shamble.

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Examples

  • Abdallah: I'll Consider: PBut i need to ask when does one know that they are ready? and what factors affect the readyness of one? .. vagueraz: I agree with you Samer, but what i mean is relegion must be important, i do not mean el tazamoot w hadool ely maskeen el deeen mn zawyeh wa7deh,, l2nnu el Islam deen motakamel w shamel la jame ..

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  • Old English sceamol became Middle English shamel, which developed the specific sense in the singular and plural of "a place where meat is butchered and sold."

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