forel

or for·rel

[fawr-uh l, for-]

Origin of forel

1250–1300; Middle English forel case, sheath < Old French forrel, fourrel, diminutive of fuerre sheath. See fur
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Examples from the Web for forel

Historical Examples of forel

  • Readers of Professor Forel will not lightly question this assertion.

    Parenthood and Race Culture

    Caleb Williams Saleeby

  • See the last sentence of the quotation from Forel on p. 130.

    Parenthood and Race Culture

    Caleb Williams Saleeby

  • Forel follows Huber in his description of the fighting methods of this species.

    The Forerunners

    Romain Rolland

  • Ants, says Forel, are to other insects what man is to other mammals.

    The Forerunners

    Romain Rolland

  • Forel places in a bag a nest of sanguineae and another of pratenses.

    The Forerunners

    Romain Rolland