Words nearby martel
Origin of martel
Definition for martel (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for martel
Unfortunately for the bookies, the leak proved correct, and Martel won the award unanimously.
The hammer, more usually known by its French name of martel de fer, was a medieval hand-weapon.
Mr. Martel was sitting in the arm-chair in an attitude King Lear might have envied.
Already in imagination she was rich and famous, dispensing munificent bounty to the entire Martel family.
Dr. Norton Grenfell followed this in 1946 by using the Martel oscillating current to obtain a reverse effect.
The evening of the concert arrived: so did Doctor Martel at my rooms: the little man was suffused with delight.