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Open newel


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Open newel (Arch) See Hollow newel, under Hollow.
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In literature:

They carried Bannister into the open air, for his head had struck the newel-post in his descent.
"Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West" by William MacLeod Raine
From garret to cellar, thirty rooms in all; nothing but the hand-print on the newel-post and the opened trunk.
"The Voice in the Fog" by Harold MacGrath
Just as she reached the newel post the door opened.
"Rosemary" by Josephine Lawrence
One realizes before opening the colonial door that he will see inside a fine old staircase, richly carved newel-post and balusters.
"Historic Homes" by Mary H. Northend
When spring opened, Meek assisted Newell in breaking the ground for wheat.
"Eleven Years in the Rocky Mountains and Life on the Frontier" by Frances Fuller Victor

In news:

After covering Friday night's season-opening basketball victory, Jesse Newell and I are sitting in Kansas City International Airport, awaiting our first of two flights.
BESS WEEK EVER Charles Newell's new staging of Porgy and Bess opens this week at Court Theatre.