Definition of Glidings

1. gliding [n] - See also: gliding



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glidings

glided
glidepath
glidepaths
glider
glider gun
gliders
glides
glidest
glideth
gliding
gliding bacteria
gliding joint
gliding occlusion
gliding plane
glidingly
glidings (current term)
gliff
gliffing
gliffings
gliffs
glift
glifts
glike
glikes
glim
glime
glimed
glimepiride
glimes
gliming

Literary usage of Glidings

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1. Proceedings of the International Conference on Aerial Navigation, Held in (1894)
"The long glidings in calm air are exhibited principally when the bird descends ... It is chiefly the stork which I have observed performing such glidings. ..."

2. The Birds of America by John James] [Audubon (1841)
"It is performed by glidings and jerks of the tail. When the bird is alighted it also frequently juts its tail with grace. Like all birds of the genus it ..."

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