Definition of Channelled

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of channeled) ¹



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Definition of Channelled

1. channel [v] - See also: channel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Channelled

channel surfing
channel surfs
channel transport
channeled
channeler
channelers
channeling
channelisation
channelise
channelization
channelizations
channelize
channelized
channelizes
channelizing
channelled (current term)
channeller
channellers
channelling
channelography
channelopathy
channelrhodopsin
channelrhodopsins
channels
channer
channers
chanoclavin-I-cyclase
chanop
chanops
chanoyu

Literary usage of Channelled

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1. Norway by Oecd, Development Assistance Committee (1996)
"Source of grants channelled through NGOs At constant 1993 prices and exchange rates I MFA emergency and humanitarian support NORAD NGO grant I Regional and ..."

2. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Seedlings by John Lubbock (1892)
"Cotyledons rotund, emarginate, pubescent on the upper surface, glabrous beneath; lamina 4 mm. long, 4-5 mm. wide ; petiole long slender, channelled above, ..."

3. Exotic Conchology: Or, Figures and Descriptions of Rare, Beautiful, Or by William Swainson (1841)
"The spire is deeply carinated and channelled, exposing the ... which last, together with the upper part of the body-whorl, is rounded and deeply channelled. ..."

4. Botany by Geological Survey of California, William Henry Brewer, Sereno Watson, Asa Gray (1880)
"... laxer and more deeply channelled, revolute toward the apex and terminated by a more slender spine : pod IS lilies long, transversely rugose. 18. ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1871)
"At the trial, the novelty of this invention was impeached, on the ground that channelled iron, which altogether corresponded with the grooved fish-plate, ..."

6. Shakespeare Studies, and Essay on English Dictionaries by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Lewis Campbell (1896)
"Twilled cloth might equally be described as reeded cloth—cloth channelled or furrowed in a reed-like manner. Twilled is, therefore, the very word to ..."

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