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twitchel

noun twitch·el \ ˈtwichəl \

Definition of twitchel

plural -s
dialectal, England
: a path between hedges

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Origin and Etymology of twitchel

Middle English twychel, alteration of twychen, from Old English twicen fork in a road; akin to Old English twi-


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twitchel

noun \ " \

Definition of twitchel

plural -s
dialectal, England

Origin and Etymology of twitchel

1twitch + -el (suffix used to denote an instrument)


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twitchel

transitive verb \ " \

Definition of twitchel

twitchelled; twitchelled; twitchelling; twitchels
dialectal, England
: to tie up with a twitchel

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