noun, plural ap·pels [uh-pelz, a-pelz; French a-pel] /əˈpɛlz, æˈpɛlz; French aˈpɛl/. Fencing.
Origin of appel
Examples from the Web for appel
Mr. Appel snickered: "They'll help fertilize the soil, which I'm told needs it."
Then he kissed Mrs. Appel, who turned her cheek to him, and buttoned himself into the bag.
And say, Appel, you ain't seen nobody but only Quinlan and Geltfin—eh?Sundry Accounts|Irvin S. Cobb
Mr. Appel volunteered to conduct Mr. Budlong to the spot as soon as they were finished eating.
Thus encouraged, Mr. Appel declared that he wished he would not fry the ham to chips and boil the "daylights" out of the coffee.