Definition of Slatting

1. n. The violent shaking or flapping of anything hanging loose in the wind, as of a sail, when being hauled down.



Definition of Slatting

1. Verb. (third-person singular of slat) ¹

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Definition of Slatting

1. material for making slats [n -S]

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Literary usage of Slatting

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1. Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act, from 1908 by Herbert Confield Lust, Ralph Merriam (1913)
"... carrier of melons had an extra expense of $1.10 for slatting cars and a per diem charge of $5 per car for "parking" cars to insure prompt forwarding. ..."

2. A Manual of Engineering Specifications and Contracts, Designed as a Text by Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (1883)
"Above relt rail to be spaced with five inch slatting, and space between slatting three inches. Belt rail V to be secured to each post and braces by two ..."

3. A Manual of Engineering Specifications and Contracts: Designed as a Text by Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (1900)
"Slatting from floor to belt rail to be closed tight. Above belt rail to be spaced with five inch slatting, and space between slatting three inches. ..."

4. A Manual of Engineering Specifications and Contracts: Designed as a Text by Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (1900)
"Slatting from floor to belt rail to be closed tight. Above belt rail to be spaced with five inch slatting, and space between slatting three inches. ..."

5. A Manual of Engineering Specifications and Contracts: Designed as a Text by Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (1878)
"Slatting from floor to belt rail to be closed tight. Above telt rail to be spaced with five inch slatting, and space between slatting three inches. ..."

6. A Manual of Engineering Specifications and Contracts: Designed as a Text by Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (1900)
"Slatting from floor to belt rail to be closed tight. Above belt rail to be spaced with five inch slatting, and space between slatting three inches. ..."

7. A Tarpaulin Muster by John Masefield (1907)
"My royal was the mizen-royal, a rag of a sail among the clouds, a great grey rag, which was leaping and slatting a hundred and sixty feet above me. ..."

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