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passel

noun pas·sel \ˈpa-səl\

: a large number or group of people or things

Full Definition of PASSEL

:  a large number or amount

Examples of PASSEL

  1. <reporters had a whole passel of questions for the new basketball coach>
  2. <the young couple had a passel of babies in the span of a few years>

Origin of PASSEL

alteration of parcel
First Known Use: 1835

Rhymes with PASSEL

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