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noun: A large group or a large number.
Alteration of parcel, from Anglo-French parcele, from Latin particella, diminutive of particula (small part), diminutive of pars (part). Earliest documented use: 1325.
“Must be tough, going from no relatives at all to a whole passel of them.”
Vicki Lewis Thompson; Midnight Thunder; Harlequin; 2015.
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