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Gunnell

noun
  1. Sally. born 1966, British athlete: Olympic 400-metre hurdles gold medallist (1992)
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Historical Examples

  • At once Gunnell and Blagrove set about the erection of their playhouse.

    Shakespearean Playhouses

    Joseph Quincy Adams

  • Captain Gunnell was the name by which our new master was known.

  • “Not the first time I have got the better of you, Captain Gunnell,” answered the stranger, laughing.

  • Hidden under weed and stones is another small brownish fish of the shore, the Gunnell or Butter-fish.

    Within the Deep

    R. Cadwallader Smith

  • Yet Gunnell was a distinguished actor, and was associated with the ownership and management of at least two theatres.

    Shakespearean Playhouses

    Joseph Quincy Adams