Definition of Drivings

1. Noun. (plural of driving) ¹



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Definition of Drivings

1. driving [n] - See also: driving

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drivings

driving license
driving motor
driving rain
driving range
driving ranges
driving school
driving spirit
driving spirits
driving test
driving under the influence
driving van trailer
driving van trailers
driving wheel
driving wind
drivingly
drivings (current term)
drizzle
drizzled
drizzles
drizzlier
drizzliest
drizzling
drizzlingly
drizzly
dro
drock
drocks
drocode
droger
drogers

Literary usage of Drivings

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1. Change for the American Notes: In Letters from London to New York by Henry Wood (1843)
"A Favourite Precept.—The late Duke of Sussex.—The Lying-in-state.—The Crowd.—Their Remarks.—The Funeral.—Royalty.—Chronicle of Royal drivings and Di- ..."

2. Rock Blasting: A Practical Treatise on the Means Employed in Blasting Rocks by George Guillaume André (1878)
"... depend upon the number of machines employed, and the hardness of the rock to be passed through. EXAMPLES OP drivings. The St. Gothard Tunnel—The St. ..."

3. The Mining Magazine (1857)
"... the " horizontal" drivings, he would have a true view of them; but these drivings are the only thing £hat he would obtain a true view of in this plan. ..."

4. Ancient laws of Ireland by Ireland, John O'Donovan, Eugene O'Curry, William Neilson Hancock, Thaddeus O'Mahony, Alexander George Richey, William Maunsell Hennessy, Robert Atkinson (1901)
"There are -with the Feine seven drivings that incur debts and ' tig-radus': driving into the sea; driving into a puddle ;a driving into mud ; driving to the ..."

5. The Mining Engineer (1900)
"(10) The faces of work most liable (by his theory) to overtake the curves of pressure and to set up violent phenomena were («) the faces of such drivings as ..."

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