verb (used with object), bar·reled, bar·rel·ing or (especially British) bar·relled, bar·rel·ling.
verb (used without object), bar·reled, bar·rel·ing or (especially British) bar·relled, bar·rel·ling.
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Words nearby barrel
Idioms for barrel
Origin of barrel
OTHER WORDS FROM barrelhalf-bar·rel, nounun·bar·reled, adjectiveun·bar·relled, adjective
Examples from the Web for barrelled
I can conceive that infected air can be barrelled up, not in a hogshead of rum, nor perhaps sucre, but in a barrel of coffee.The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. II. (of II)|Moncure Daniel Conway
But both the arches of the lantern and the barrelled vault of the choir keep the round arch.Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine|Edward A. Freeman
Some of the Northern States have collected and barrelled up paper money.The Life of John Marshall (Volume 1 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge
Barrelled Cod, Lent fish, are best in winter or about March.The Gastronomic Regenerator:|Alexis Soyer
The whole energy, and knowledge, and resource of the land are barrelled up in the towns.Claret and Olives, from the Garonne to the Rhone|Angus B. Reach
British Dictionary definitions for barrelled
verb -rels, -relling or -relled or US -rels, -reling or -reled
Word Origin for barrel
Idioms and Phrases with barrelled
see both barrels; bottom of the barrel; cash on the barrelhead; like shooting fish in a barrel; lock, stock, and barrel; more fun than a barrel of monkeys; over a barrel; pork barrel; rotten apple (spoils the barrel).