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A gavel is a small ceremonial mallet commonly made of hardwood, typically fashioned with a .... Look up gavel in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

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Gavel definition is - rent or tribute in medieval England. How to use gavel in a sentence. ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with gavel. Spanish Central: ...

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Gavel definition, a small mallet used by the presiding officer of a meeting, a judge , etc., usually to signal for attention or order. See more.

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gavel meaning: 1. a small hammer that an official in charge of a meeting hits against a wooden block or table to get people to be quiet and listen 2. a small ...

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

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gavel. You know that wooden hammer a judge slams down on his desk when he's trying to bring order to the court? That's a gavel. Judges aren't the only ones  ...

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Define gavel (noun) and get synonyms. What is gavel (noun)? gavel (noun) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define gavel. gavel synonyms, gavel pronunciation, gavel translation, English dictionary definition of gavel. n. 1. A small mallet, especially: a. One that a judge or ...

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MR. B: Well, I think this is a fine way to proceed. We all wish you the very best luck and now--let me have that gavel--I turn over this weighty gavel to you.