Definition of Queenings

1. Noun. (plural of queening) ¹



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Definition of Queenings

1. queening [n] - See also: queening

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Queenings

queen trusses
queencraft
queendom
queendoms
queene
queened
queenes
queenfish
queenfishes
queenhood
queenier
queenies
queeniest
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queenish
queenite
queenites
queenless
queenlet
queenlets
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queenliest
queenlike
queenlily
queenliness
queenlinesses
queenly
queens consort

Literary usage of Queenings

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1. The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist: Containing the Latest and by Charles McIntosh (1828)
"... keeps from October till April. Tree hardy, and great bearer. In the Horticultural Society's Catalogue, are enumerated seven queenings. ..."

2. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1849)
"... as the Pepin trees be removed to a better grounde the frute thereof be so much amended." Queenings..—These, of; which the Winter Queening is the type, ..."

3. The History of the Worthies of England by Thomas Fuller (1840)
"Billesdon, of Queenings- 4. Christoph. Draper, son of John Draper, of Melton-Mowbray, borough, Haberdasher, 1483. 5. George Bolles, son of Thomas Bolles, ..."

4. The history of the worthies of England by Thomas Fuller (1840)
"Billesdon, of Queenings- 4. Christoph. Draper, son of John Draper, of Melton-Mowbray, borough, Haberdasher, 1483. 5. George Bolles, son of Thomas Bolles, ..."

5. The Fruit Manual: A Guide to the Fruits and Fruit Trees of Great Britain by Robert Hogg (1884)
"... (Calville) and all other sorts of Queenings do." He evidently regarded the Calville as a ..."

6. The Gael: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Preservation and Cultivation of (1903)
"There Is only coarse bread here, but I have red wine in my butt, and there is honey in the comb, I think, and store of apples in the loft—Winter Queenings, ..."

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