What is another word for passel of?
[ pˈasə͡l ɒv], [ pˈasəl ɒv], [ p_ˈa_s_əl ɒ_v]
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adj.• countless (adjective)
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The phrase "passel of" is a colloquial word used to describe a considerable number. The word passel of is derived from the Old German word "Pascha," which means Passover. Today, the word passel of is most often used in reference to a large number of something. For example, a group of ten would be referred to as a passel of ten, and a group of twenty would be referred to as a passel of twenty.
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