Definition of Oaklings

1. Noun. (plural of oakling) ¹



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Definition of Oaklings

1. oakling [n] - See also: oakling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oaklings

oak tree
oak trees
oakbark
oaked
oaken
oaker
oakers
oakier
oakiest
oakiness
oakleaf
oakleaf goosefoot
oakleaves
oaklike
oakling
oaklings (current term)
oakmoss
oakmosses
oaks
oaktag
oaktags
oaktree
oaktrees
oakum
oakums
oaky
oar
oar blade
oar blades
oarage

Literary usage of Oaklings

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1829)
"And if, of future time, we draw the curtain, Concealing various fortune, Thou wilt perceive thy willow-sprig, Among thy father's oaklings mighty big; ..."

2. Year Books of the Reign of King Edward the Third by Alfred John Horwood, Luke Owen Pike (1908)
"And, moreover, as to the felling of eight score oaklings, the value of which was ... and particularly since it must be supposed that these oaklings were ..."

3. The Rural Economy of Yorkshire: Comprizing the Management of Landed Estates by Marshall (William), Marshall (1788)
"But oaklings ... that oaklings which rife naturally in thickets generally make tall vigorous trees. ..."

4. The Novelist's Magazine (1784)
"... ilic heads of two or three oaklings j and that was foon wet through. Why did he not flame out in his letter?—Treated as I am treated by my friends, ..."

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