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Gyle

Gyle \Gyle\ (g[imac]l), n. [F. guiller to ferment. Cf. Guillevat.] Fermented wort used for making vinegar.

Gyle tun (Brewing), a large vat in which wort ferments.

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gyle

n. ferment wort used for making vinegar.

Usage examples of "gyle".

He grumbled his way toward Gyler, then back again, deeper into the alley.

He closed his eyes, put his hand out in front of his own face, and drew the procedure on the air between himself and Gyler, a process which freaked poor Gyler to the bone.

Bonifay stopped craning into the top shelf and turned to see why, Zoa was almost nose to nose with Gyler, peering into his eyes as if searching for a rogue eyelash.

Gyles Brandreth, the writer and Tory MP for Chester, had been speaking before Mates rose.

Gyles Brandreth, who has earned thousands of pounds and a reputation for wit making after-dinner speeches, appreciated my support when he seconded the Loyal Address on 15 November.

Lady Tanda and Lord Gyles started a ragged cheer, and Sansa added her voice to theirs.

He made microchips these days, feeding an assembly plant on Clydeside and another in Gyle Park West.

  He made microchips these days, feeding an assembly plant on Clydeside and another in Gyle Park West.

Ser Boros had been escorting Tommen and Lord Gyles when Ser Jacelyn Bywater and his gold cloaks had surprised them, and had yielded up his charge with an alacrity that would have enraged old Ser Barristan Selmy as much as it did Cersei.