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creel

1. a wickerwork basket, esp one used to hold fish
2. a wickerwork trap for catching lobsters, etc.
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creel

[krēl]
(textiles)
A frame for holding the correct number of bobbins or balls of roving in the appropriate position during the winding process.
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