Word Origin for stell
Examples from the Web for stell
For a day or two after his visit to Allonby he continued to live in dread of Dr. Stell.
"It's a pity everything's gone to pot like that, Stell," he said softly.Big Timber|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Davie Tait said, that Divine Providence had just been like a stell dike to the goodman.
What a good figure Stell would have made in a play: the great alienist who couldn't read a man's mind any better than that!
Stell marin or sea starres in great plentie especially about Yarmouth.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
Word Origin and History for stell
"to fix in position," Old English stellan, from West Germanic *stalljan (cf. German stellen; see stall (n.1)).