Tew"el\, n. [OE. tuel, OF. tuiel, tuel, F. tuyau; of Teutonic origin; cf. Dan. tud, D. tuit, Prov. G. zaute. Cf. Tuy[`e]re.]

1. A pipe, funnel, or chimney, as for smoke. --Chaucer.

2. The tuy[`e]re of a furnace.
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