Definition of Dornocks

1. dornock [n] - See also: dornock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dornocks

dormitory
dormitory room
dormlike
dormmate
dormmates
dormouse
dorms
dormy
dorn
dornase
dorneck
dornecks
dornick
dornicks
dornock
dornocks (current term)
doromania
doromanias
doronicum
doronicums
dorp
dorper
dorpers
dorps
dorr
dorred
dorrfly
dorrhawk
dorrhawks
dorring

Literary usage of Dornocks

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1. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1856)
"dornocks of more extensive patterns are sometimes woven with 3, 4, 5, and even 6 sets of leaves; but after the leaves exceed 15 in number, they both occupy ..."

2. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines by Andrew Ure (1858)
"... to he drawn upon the leaves which the interval in which it is placed represents. dornocks of more extensive patterns are sometimes woven with 3, 4, 5, ..."

3. The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern by Alex Johnston Warden (1867)
"In 1552 an Act was passed confirming the manufacture of dornocks, (coarse Linen diaper), and some other things to Norwich, and to all corporate and market ..."

4. The Weavers' Craft: Being a History of the Weavers' Incorporation of by Daniel Thomson (1903)
"... and though we had been working dornocks and other linens, it is clear from the above citation that wools and woollens were then also included in the ..."

5. Ures̓ Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines: Containing a Clear by Andrew Ure (1867)
"dornocks of more extensive patterns are sometimes woven with 3, 4, 5, and even 6 sets of leaves ; but after the leaves exceed 15 in number, they both occupy ..."

6. Wherstead: Some Materials for Its History, Territorial, Manorial and During by Foster Barham Zincke (1893)
"... and hedging gloves were called ' dornocks.' Both those words are supposed to have a Scandinavian origin. They are now absolutely unused, even by the old ..."

7. Wherstead: Some Materials for Its History: Territorial, Manorial and During by Foster Barham Zincke (1893)
"... and hedging gloves were called ' dornocks.' Both those words are supposed to have a Scandinavian origin. They are now absolutely unused, even by the old ..."

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