Definition of Milking stool
1. Noun. Low three-legged stool with a half round seat; used to sit on while milking a cow.
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Literary usage of Milking stool
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1. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1866)
"milking stool.—The stool represented in the annexed figure is described at length by a correspondent of the COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, which he says has given ..."
2. Furniture of the Pilgrim Century, 1620-1720: Including Colonial Utensils and by Wallace Nutting (1921)
"It seems an adaptation of a milking stool, with a back rest. Here I propound the subtle inquiry, why was a milking stool made with three legs while of all ..."
3. The English Illustrated MagazineEngland (1901)
"I nearly fell over a beastly milking-stool. I think milking- stools awfully out of place in a drawing- room, even when covered with libellous attempts at ..."
4. The Illustrated Annual Register of Rural Affairs and Cultivator Almanac for by Thomas, J. J. (John Jacob) (1864)
"milking stool.—The stool represented in the annexed figure is described at length by ... I.—milking stool. cow milk, stool; clothing or pants' legs, manure, ..."