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English words containing gavel:

Gavel

ˈɡæv.əl

Meanings of Gavel:

noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.
verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order

Meanings of Gaveled:

verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order
noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.

Gaveling

ˈɡav(ə)l

Meanings of Gaveling:

verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order
noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.

Meanings of Gavelkind:

noun

A system of inheritance in which a deceased person's land is divided equally among all male heirs.

Usage examples:

Only in kent and in wales did the custom of gavelkind produce the partible inheritance which reduce…

Gavelled

ˈɡav(ə)l

Meanings of Gavelled:

verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order
noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.

Gavelling

ˈɡav(ə)l

Meanings of Gavelling:

verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order
noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.

Gavels

ˈɡæv.əl

Meanings of Gavels:

noun

A small hammer with which an auctioneer, a judge, or the chair of a meeting hits a surface to call for attention or order.

Usage examples:

For example, when the auctioneer hammers the gavel, a binding contract exists immediately.
verb

Bring (a hearing or person) to order by use of a gavel.

Usage examples:

He gavelled the convention to order

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