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- n. Alternative form of schorl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See schorl, schorlaceous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See schorl, schorlaceous.
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The rocks (like all the hills in Konkodoo) are a coarse reddish granite, composed of red feldspar, white quartz, and black shorl; but it differs from any granite I have seen, in having round smooth pebbles, many of them as large as a cannon shot.
Ai rote sumthin shorl an, ai hoep mildlee amewsing – did mai best – but Jack rote a whole four part haiku – difference ov less tahn a minute.
Mrs. Lydia Simpkins shorl went floting down river and i had to row out and get it and she sed i had augt to know better than to get too many peeple on a worf and wet their feet and they thougt i done it
Movie Review Slumdog Millionaire shorl. com 1 / 13 / 2009 - Hope within squalor, humor within violence - they're all thematic trademarks of the British director of druggie drama Trainspotting and zombie saga 28 Days Later.