Common misspellings for barrel:
baral, brayle, bareley, brole, barriel, barral, beriefly, barrely, burwell, barell, barrled, brielfy, barlely, barrle, bracele, barelly, braul, barreir, bareally, burriel, burrwell, bareal, barrry, barrrel, barrol, barralion, laruel, parrell, barrete, barierr, rarrly, buriel, zarrella, barels, bearely, barrells, parrel, barrrier, parel, berrely, brule, barkely, braile, bizarrly, berrial, barrge, burrial, buarial, barerly, bareble, braley, barial, barrell, bareel, bariel, bizzarrely, parraell, abril, barelona, barrall, barrial, barrieer, barret, brulee, barawl, berrel, brusel, berely, barel, parrale, barrals, beautirul, bawel, bizarely, larel, gabirel, rairely, beareal, bariale, betreal, barryer, brera, parral, gbriel, barrles, parrall, barrly, bachelo, farrel, barlle, warrily, gabrel, berore, breal, berekeley, berren, brazel, barible, barily, harryl, parrelle, baffel, sariel, burrnell, aboreal, barreau, beteryl, bureal, berekely, barelt, behavreol, garbriel, barrer, cearel, bacerial, jarrell, parael, berrer, airreal, barelty, baraly, terrel, buiral, barealy, abrely, barbel, bariels, parrele, bizzarely, narroly, brreif, rarel, bareare, barrale, berral, brrel, barrols, barrera, beforel, behairal, buehrle, berkerely, barille, brail, braill, borthel, darrel, varrel, narrel, harrel, garrel, bzrrel, bsrrel, bwrrel, bqrrel, baerel, badrel, bafrel, batrel, ba5rel, ba4rel, bardel, bartel, bar5el, bar4el, barrwl, barrsl, barrdl, barrrl, barr4l, barr3l, barrek, barrep, barreo, vbarrel, bvarrel, nbarrel, bnarrel, hbarrel, bharrel, gbarrel, bgarrel, bzarrel, bazrrel, bsarrel, basrrel, bwarrel, bawrrel, bqarrel, baqrrel, baerrel, barerel, badrrel, bardrel, bafrrel, barfrel, batrrel, bartrel, ba5rrel, bar5rel, ba4rrel, bar4rel, barreel, barrdel, barrfel, barrtel, barr5el, barr4el, barrwel, barrewl, barrsel, barresl, barredl, barrerl, barre4l, barr3el, barre3l, barrekl, barrelk, barrepl, barrelp, barreol, barrelo, arrel, barrl, abrrel, brarel, barerl, bbarrel, baarrel, rarrel, jarrel, carrel, birrel, bcrrel, ba2rel, bazrel, bavrel, baprel, basrel, bar2el, barzel, barpel, barsel, barrul, barrml, barrgl, barreh, barrem, b arrel, ba rrel, bar rel, barr el, barre l.
Definition of barrel:
- a vessel used for keeping flour ( 1 Kings 17:12 1 Kings 17:14 1 Kings 17:16 ). The same word ( cad) so rendered is also translated " pitcher," a vessel for carrying water ( Genesis 24:14 ; Judges 7:16 ).
- A measure of capacity, equal to thirty-six gallons. In agricultural and mercantile parlance, as also in the inspection laws, the term " barrel" means, prima facie, not merely a certain quantity, but, further, a certain state of the article; namely, that it is in a cask. State r. Moore, 33 N. C. 72.
- To put or to pack in a barrel or barrels.
- To put in a barrel.
- To put into a barrel.
- To put or pack in a barrel.
- To pack in a barrel. The barrel of the ear, a cavity behind the tympanum.
- To pack or put into a barrel.
- the quantity that a barrel ( of any size) will hold
- A solid drum, or a hollow cylinder or case; as, the barrel of a windlass; the barrel of a watch, within which the spring is coiled.
- A metallic tube, as of a gun, from which a projectile is discharged.
- A jar.
- The hollow basal part of a feather.
- The quantity which constitutes a full barrel. This varies for different articles and also in different places for the same article, being regulated by custom or by law. A barrel of wine is 31 gallons; a barrel of flour is 196 pounds.
- A round, bulging cask, of greater length than breadth, and having flat ends or heads; the quantity which a barrel should contain; anything like a barrel in shape; the tube of a firearm; a drum or cylinder.
- A round wooden vessel made of bars or staves: the quantity which such a vessel contains: anything long and hollow, as the barrel of a gun.
- A cylindrical vessel made of staves; anything long and hollow.
- A round vessel, made with staves and hoops, about 31 inches high.
- As much as a barrel will hold.
- Something like a barrel, as the tube of a firearm, the body of an animal, etc.
- A round oblong vessel, bulging in the middle, built of staves or bars, girt with hoops, and closed at both ends; the quantity which a barrel should contain; anything hollow and long, as the barrel of a gun; a cylinder about which anything is wound.