Creel ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Creel ( noun )

  1. A basket, typically one made of wicker or wire mesh, used for holding fish or game that has been caught.
  2. A container for holding fishing line and tackle.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a basket for carrying fish or game): from old french creel, from creler "sieve", from latin cribellum "sieve".

Examples:

  1. He filled his creel with trout before heading back to the car.
  2. A creel fisherman uses a basket-like container called a creel to hold the fish he catches.
  3. The creel limit for trout is five per angler per day.
  4. He took the bait from the creel and cast his line out into the river.
  5. The creel was heavy with the weight of all the fish he had caught.

(As a verb)

Creel ( verb )

  1. A basket, typically one made of wicker or wire mesh, used for holding fish or game that has been caught.
  2. A container for holding fishing line and tackle.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a basket for carrying fish or game): from old french creel, from creler "sieve", from latin cribellum "sieve".

Examples:

  1. He filled his creel with trout before heading back to the car.
  2. A creel fisherman uses a basket-like container called a creel to hold the fish he catches.
  3. The creel limit for trout is five per angler per day.
  4. He took the bait from the creel and cast his line out into the river.
  5. The creel was heavy with the weight of all the fish he had caught.
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