Definition of Ledgering
1. ledger [v] - See also: ledger
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ledgering
Literary usage of Ledgering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1892)
"It's only a case of ledgering with a live duck after all,' whispered Halibut.' 'Whist, you cove,'said I,'it may be so, but it is very interesting ; better ..."
2. Angling and how to Angle: A Practical Guide to Bait-fishing, Trolling by Joseph Tom Burgess (1895)
"Another method of pike-fishing is " ledgering," and under certain ... The rod should be stiff— so use the short top, or a rod made purposely for ledgering. ..."
3. New Essays Towards a Critical Method by John Mackinnon Robertson (1897)
"That would be a much vainer undertaking than Bacon's plan of arriving at natural laws by merely ledgering data. Indeed, there obviously can be no such ..."
4. Fraser's Magazine (1875)
"A few of the clerks are employed upon a higher class of work, namely, endorsing enquiry papers referred to the Returned Letter Office, and ledgering letters ..."