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How to Pronounce passel?

Correct pronunciation for the word "passel" is [pˈasə͡l], [pˈasə‍l], [p_ˈa_s_əl].

What are the misspellings for passel?

"Passel" in context

A passel is a group of animals that travels together. The word passel is of Middle English origin and in modern usage usually applies to a group of animals such as antelope, deer, and wild pigs. The size of a passel can vary depending on the type of animals and can range from just a few animals to large numbers, numbering in the hundreds. Passels are typically made up of the same species of animals travelling together, though there are exceptions when two or more different species will group together. Passels offer strength in numbers and protection from predators due to their sheer size.

What are similar-sounding words for passel?

Usage over time for passel:

This graph shows how "passel" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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