counceil, -cele
obs. ff. conceal v., council, counsel.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • council — I. noun Etymology: Middle English counceil, from Anglo French cunseil, cuncile, from Latin concilium, from com + calare to call more at low Date: 12th century 1. an assembly or meeting for consultation, advice, or discussion 2. a group elected or …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • council — /ˈkaʊnsəl / (say kownsuhl) noun 1. an assembly of persons convened or appointed for consultation, deliberation, or advice. 2. the local administrative body of a city, municipality, or shire. 3. Aboriginal English → community council. {Middle… …   Australian English dictionary

  • council — [koun′səl] n. [ME counceil < OFr concile < L concilium, group of people, meeting < com , together + calere, to call (see CLAMOR); confused in form and meaning in ME with COUNSEL] 1. a group of people called together for consultation,… …   English World dictionary

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