ravel

[ rav-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ravel

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAVEL

A man has no right to ravel out his life, even though the threads are of gold.

Not a soul there who had ever heard of William Blake or Ravel!

O the complexities of the ravel produced by time struggling with eternity!

The marking thread should be through every stitch so that they cannot ravel.

Woyds and you get sort of tangled up and I haven't got time to ravel you out.

It is possible, too, to ravel out the canvas in the bags, and use it for thread.

The thick darkness carries with it Rain and a ravel of cloud.

Ravel and Debussy compose in more liberal and naturalistic fashion.

But it is not only the spirit of French classicism that Ravel and Debussy inherit.

The art of Ravel and Debussy returns to the earlier strategy.

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