Definition of Fannings
1. material strained from tea [n]
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Literary usage of Fannings
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1. Capital (1888)
"The bright fannings on offer met with good equiry at around the previous week's rates. ... fannings grades were neglected and their were fair withdrawals. ..."
2. Fanning's Narrative: the Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning: The Memoirs of ...by Nathaniel Fanning by Nathaniel Fanning (1913)
"We quote a paragraph (the list of patriot fannings is too long for insertion): The fannings were very zealous in their military and naval careers, ..."
3. Indian Tea: Its Culture and Manufacture. Being a Text Book on the by Claud Bald (1908)
"It is a good plan to mix fannings and dust together, sending the whole as fannings. Some estates get a higher price for such fannings than for pekoe ..."
4. Tea-blending as a Fine Art by Joseph M. Walsh (1896)
"Japan Tea-dust or fannings. No. 15.—Scented Pekoe Tea. No. 16.—Caper and Scented Caper Teas. In each of the first seven Standards the maximum percentage of ..."
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