Definition of Loiding
1. loid [v] - See also: loid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loiding
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Literary usage of Loiding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"Ten впав, but efficient polar work can only be achieved by wintering at a point beyond any previously reached, and loiding oat extended sledge parties in ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1793)
"... for weighing hay at the lick previous to loiding, &c.- &c. By the bye, I mun nut forget to tell you that my ..."
3. A System of the Law of Marine Insurances: With Three Chapters, on Bottomry by James Allan Park (1809)
"The ground is, C-.,WI^< that when a fhip leaves her port of loiding, when fhe has a full and complete cargo on board, and has no other object in view but ..."
4. A Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography edited by William Smith (1898)
"Another loiding peculiarity of this branch of languages is the absence (save in the t'ase of proper names) of compound words, to which the sister family is ..."
5. The Mechanics' Magazine (1857)
"Breech-loiding fire-arms are construct: 1 as follows :—The breech closer or plug is combined with the lock, and the whole combination is arranged to move ..."
6. Decisions of the Court of Session: From November 1825 to [20th July 1841] by John Tawse, F. Somerville, John Craigie, George Robinson, Scotland Court of Session, Charles Gordon Robertson, Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Faculty of Advocates (Scotland) (1839)
"J. Ho not at present entertain a doubt as to the right of the party loiding that character to possess the estate, and to seek relief ..."
7. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1849)
"Maybe as high as that, no higher,' said the old man, loiding out his hand a little way above the level of his knee, and looking- retrospectively at hi* ..."