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1. wal-hāt adj.

Additional spellings: walhat
2 quotations in 1 sense
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Boiling hot; also fig. [1st quot.].

2. stōn-wal n.

Additional spellings: stonwal
19 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) A wall or rampart made of stone or masonry; -- also coll.; within ston-wal, inside a castle; (b) in proverbs and conventional comparisons.

3. fōr(e-wal n.

Additional spellings: fore-wal
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A fortification outside the wall of a city, an outwork.

4. wal n.(1)

260 quotations in 8 senses
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(a) An upright enclosing structure, usu. constructed of stone, brick, etc., serving to bound or demarcate the limits of a town, castle with its outbuildings, monastery, etc.; also, a high, relatively…

5. weal-staðel n.

Additional spellings: wealstaðel
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?An interpreter, a translator; ?a mediator.