Definition of Nippling
1. nipple [v] - See also: nipple
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Literary usage of Nippling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Mechanics' Magazine (1853)
"... rammer by means of a frictional wedging or nippling action, as described. Claim.—Constructing " water lew-irons " of ..."
2. Scottish Song: Its Wealth, Wisdom, and Social Significance by John Stuart Blackie (1889)
"The frost is nippling sairly. Now up in the morning's no' for me, Up in the morning early; To sit a' nicht wad better agree, Than rise in the morning early. ..."
3. Steam Heating for Buildings; Or, Hints to Steam Fitters: Being a Description by William James Baldwin (1892)
"The T's in the main, for the riser connections, are better turned up than sidewise, as by nippling an elbow to them you can get any desired angle, ..."
4. Practical Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilation: A Modern Practical by Alfred Grant King (1908)
"26 shows a line drawing of the Thermo, illustrating the style of sections and the manner of nippling them together. Naturally it would seem that with such a ..."
5. Iron edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1853)
"... wedging or nippling action, as described. 5. The system or mode of constructing collapsible core-bars by means of folding over lapping .sheets of metal, ..."
6. Hot-water Heating and Fitting: Or, Warming Buildings by Hot-water by William James Baldwin (1889)
"... and that a much greater loss does ensue from the nippling of two 45-degree elbows together than will follow with one common elbow of 90 degrees. ..."