\lˈe͡ɪbə͡l], \lˈeɪbəl], \l_ˈeɪ_b_əl]\
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A narrow slip of paper, parchment, &c., affixed to anything, denoting its contents, destination, &c., or to attach a seal to; a paper anuexed to a will as a codicil; a fillet, with pendants or points, added to the family arms by an eldest or only son while his father is still living; a long, thin brass rule, with a small sight at one end and a centre-hole at the other, commonly used to take attitudes, &c.; the drip-stone, a projecting moulding over doorways, windows, &c.
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n. [Latin] A narrow slip of paper, parchment, &c., affixed to any thing, denoting its contents, ownership, Ac. any paper annexed to a will by way of addition, as a codicil;â€” in heraldry, a fillet with pendants or points, usually three;â€” a projecting tablet or moulding over doorways, windows, &c.; dripstona.
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