Definition of Kerving

1. kerve [v] - See also: kerve



Kerving Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerving

kerseymere
kerseymeres
kerseys
kerslap
kerslop
kersplat
kersplosh
kertyschoo
kerugma
kerugmata
kerve
kerved
kerver
kervers
kerves
kerving (current term)
kerwallop
kerwham
kerygma
kerygmas
kerygmata
kerygmatic
kes
kesa
kesar
kesars
kesh
keshan disease
keshes
kesho-mawashi

Literary usage of Kerving

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1. Convention and Revolt in Poetry by John Livingston Lowes (1919)
"... “and yet it maketh sharpe kerving toles.” And it is mere captiousness masquerading in the guise of criticism, that cavils at a whetstone because it's ..."

2. Lean's Collectanea by Vincent Stuckey Lean, Julia Lucy Woodward (1903)
"A whelp that first doth miss of his game, doth never after prove worth an haw. —Melb., Phil., p. 5o. A whetstone is no kerving instrument, but it maketh ..."

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