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thrawl (plural thrawls)

  1. (dated) A stone slab or shelf used to keep food cool in a larder or pantry, in the days before refrigeration was domestically available.
    He placed the side of beef on the thrawl.

Usage notes[edit]

  • This term was used mainly in Derbyshire and Yorkshire.