Definition of Bishoping
1. bishop [v] - See also: bishop
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Literary usage of Bishoping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Horse Doctor: Containing Practical Observations on the Causes by George H. Dadd (1854)
"In such cases we notice an increased flow of saliva, imperfect mastication, and loss of flesh. The remedy is a mouth rasp. bishoping. ..."
2. Horses, Saddles and Bridles by William Harding Carter (1895)
"bishoping. The probability of a horse's reaching an advanced age does not depend so much upon race and breeding as upon his care and surroundings. ..."
3. Soundness and Age of Horses: A Veterinary and Legal Guide to the Examination by Matthew Horace Hayes (1887)
"... crown of the incisors—Abnormal wear of the teeth from crib-biting—bishoping. Teeth which retain the mark and central enamel beyond the ordinary time. ..."