From (etyl) schold, scholde, from (etyl) . Compare (shallow).
* (l) (dialectal)
* (l), (l), (l), (l), (l), (l) (Scotland)
* (l), (l), (l)
* 1819 , Lord Byron, Don Juan , III.19:
- shoal water
- But that part of the coast being shoal and bare, / And rough with reefs which ran out many a mile, / His port lay on the other side o' the isle.
A sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow.
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A shallow in a body of water.
- The god himself with ready trident stands, / And opes the deep, and spreads the moving sands, / Then heaves them off the shoals .
- The depth of your pond should be six feet; and on the sides some shoals for the fish to lay their spawn.
- Wolsey, that once trod the ways of glory, / And sounded all the depths and shoals of honour.
* (sandbank) sandbar, sandbank
To arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area.
To cause a shallowing; to come to a more shallow part of.
To become shallow.
- A ship shoals her water by advancing into that which is less deep. — Marryat.
- The colour of the water shows where it shoals .
1570, presumably from (etyl) *.
Any large number of persons or things.
* Francis Bacon
A large number of fish (or other sea creatures) of the same species swimming together.
- great shoals of people
- Beneath, a shoal of silver fishes glides.
* (fish) school
To collect in a shoal; to throng.
- The fish shoaled about the place.
From (etyl) inleten, equivalent to .
To let in; admit.
To insert; inlay.
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From (etyl) .
A body of water let into a coast, such as a bay, cove, fjord or estuary.
A passage that leads into a cavity.
* 1748 . HUME, David. An enquiry concerning human understanding. In: L. A. SELBY-BIGGE, M. A. Enquiries concerning the human understanding and concerning the principles of moral. 2. ed. London: Oxford University Press, 1973. § 15.
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