Definition of Grindings

1. Noun. (plural of grinding) ¹



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Definition of Grindings

1. grinding [n] - See also: grinding

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grindings

grinder
grinderies
grinders
grindery
grindest
grindeth
grindhouse
grindhouses
grinding-in
grinding frame
grinding frames
grinding surface
grinding wheel
grindingly
grindings (current term)
grindle
grindle-stone
grindle-stones
grindles
grindlet
grindlets
grinds
grindstone
grindstones
gringas
gringo
gringos
grinned
grinner

Literary usage of Grindings

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1. A Series of Letters from London Written During the Years 1856, '57, '58, '59 by George Mifflin Dallas, Julia Dallas (1869)
"can it, in reason, be expected to last amid the lashings, grindings, abrasions, and corrosions of onr stormy sea? Always faithfully yrs. No. 218.-TO ME. ..."

2. Screw Thread Kinks by Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley (1908)
"after repeated grindings. Fig. 30 is a new chaser, the thread being cut tapering. As the thread is started by engaging the lead screw in its nut and FIG.2i> ..."

3. Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Common Pleas of Upper Canada by Upper Canada Court of Common Pleas, Christopher Robinson, Edward C. Jones, George Frederick Harman, Ontario Court of Common Pleas (1883)
"When the slabs sink the grindings and edgings fill in and form a solid wall. There are two mills between the plaintiffs mill and the defendant's, ..."

4. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"1.20 69 additional grindings 5.17 Total cost during life of tool 9.11 Salvage 1.07 Net cost _ $8.04 Butt-Welded Tool—% by 1% by 8V2 in. ..."

5. Machinery (1900)
"The result has been that as much as goo pounds of clean brass grindings have ... The grindings and saw-dust collected from the band-saws used for sawing off ..."

6. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1916)
"... the material used was sawdust from band saws used in cutting off gates, etc., plus emery grindings and emery dust from the grinding wheels. ..."

7. Reports of Patent Cases: Decided in the Circuit Courts of the United States by Hubert Ashley Banning, Henry Arden (1883)
"Counsel were asked whether they construed this particular patent as covering any use of rolls on purified middlings at any stage of the successive grindings ..."

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