- a shelter for cattle or sheep built on moorland or hillsides
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Examples from the Web for stell
Stell said it was getting so that maids objected to Sunday dinners, anyway.
After dinner he tried to talk business with Eva's husband, or Stell's.
Eva and Stell got together and decided that Jo ought to marry.
"It's a pity everything's gone to pot like that, Stell," he said softly.Big Timber
Bertrand W. Sinclair
A tent house was built for Stell in the back yard of our cabin.I Married a Ranger
Dama Margaret Smith
Word Origin and History for stell
"to fix in position," Old English stellan, from West Germanic *stalljan (cf. German stellen; see stall (n.1)).
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