From Dutchravelen (“to tangle, fray out, unweave"), from Dutchrafel (“frayed thread")
Obsolete Dutch ravelenfromravelloose thread
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Ravel Sentence Examples
In the last nine months I have had to ravel 9,750 miles to see my children regularly.
Knit 6 rows WY, 1 row of ravel cord or crochet thread, then start using your main yarn.
The disk ends with Hope 's touching solo rendition of Ravel 's Kaddish, the Jewish prayer for the dead.
Unfortunately, in the spring of 2007, Ravel shoes was absorbed by Clarks, another United Kingdom-based shoe manufacturer, and the Ravel brand is no longer bringing us the trendiest footwear on the market.
Many of Ravel's fans were sad to hear that the footwear manufacturer was closing its doors in 2007.