garbel definition

  • noun:
    • Everything sifted, or from where the coarse parts have been taken.
    • identical to garboard.
    • something sifted, or where the coarse parts have already been taken.
    • An obsolete form of garble.
    • The plank next the keel of a ship. See garboard-strake.
    • such a thing sifted, or that the coarse parts are taken.
    • just like garboard.
    • any such thing sifted, or where the coarse components have already been taken.
    • An obsolete form of garble.
    • The plank next the keel of a ship. See garboard-strake.
    • any such thing sifted, or from where the coarse parts were taken.
    • Everything sifted, or where the coarse parts are taken.
    • Same as garboard.
    • just like garboard.
    • any such thing sifted, or from where the coarse components have-been taken.
    • Anything sifted, or where the coarse parts have been taken.
    • An obsolete as a type of garble.
    • An obsolete as a type of garble.
    • The plank next the keel of a ship. See garboard-strake.
    • The plank next the keel of a ship. See garboard-strake.
    • Anything sifted, or from which the coarse components were taken.
    • just like garboard.
    • Anything sifted, or that the coarse parts have been taken.
    • An obsolete as a type of garble.
    • The plank next the keel of a ship. See garboard-strake.

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