- passed ball,
- passed pawn,
- passenger mile,
- passenger pigeon
Origin of passel
Examples from the Web for passel
Harold Ramis made a passel of great comedies, but he never made one better than Groundhog Day.Harold Ramis’s ‘Groundhog Day’ Is About as Perfect as a Movie Gets|Malcolm Jones|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Way back during the 2000 Bush-Gore smackdown, I dug around in the data, interviewed undecideds, and called up a passel of experts.
After all, didn't she figure out a way to "have it all"—a passel of children, a first dude, and a big job in the public sphere?
I've got other things to do besides squirin' a passel o' wimmin folk about, I hev.
I've got a passel of work to do there, with the weather coming on the way it is.The Moving Picture Girls|Laura Lee Hope
There wuz quite a passel ov soljers on the wharf boat waitin' for the ferry when we got there.Si Klegg, Book 3 (of 6)|John McElroy
Think we went to all that trouble and risk to turn the proceeds over to a passel o kids so easy?Motor Boat Boys' River Chase|Louis Arundel
I think, said Mr. Kelly, judgmatically, that thars a passel of Updegraffe people stampedin about the streets.The Sunset Trail|Alfred Henry Lewis
Word Origin for passel
1835, dialectal variant of parcel (n.).