Definition of Bishoping

1. bishop [v] - See also: bishop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bishoping

bishop's-weed
bishop's-wort
bishop's cap
bishop's collar
bishop's collars
bishop's hat
bishop's length
bishop's pine
bishop's throne
bishop pine
bishop sleeve
bishop sleeves
bishopdom
bishopdoms
bishoped
bishoping (current term)
bishopless
bishoplike
bishoply
bishopric
bishoprick
bishopricks
bishoprics
bishopry
bishops
bishopsweed
bishounen
bishydroxamic
bishydroxamic acid
bishydroxycoumarin

Literary usage of Bishoping

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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. ..."

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