[ aw-rel, oh-rel; Russian uh-ryawl ]
/ ɔˈrɛl, oʊˈrɛl; Russian ʌˈryɔl /
a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, on the left bank of the Oka River, S of Moscow.
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How to use Orel in a sentence
This was Nicholas Naumoff, a youngster of twenty, the only son of the governor of Orel.
North of Orel the Griottes alone are grown on the bush plan, with from three to six stems springing up from the crown.
He went to the government of Orel, where he became a landowner and a sort of petty noble.
I hear that Delphinus, the famous crystal gazer, has arrived in Orel.
Finally, tiring of the law, he went to the Government of Orel, where he was a landowner and a noble.
British Dictionary definitions for Orel
a city in W Russia; founded in 1564 but damaged during World War II. Pop: 333 000 (2005 est)
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