Definition of Pincering
1. pincer [v] - See also: pincer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pincering
Literary usage of Pincering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scribblings and Sketches, Diplomatic, Piscatory, and Oceanic by Edmund Carmick Watmough, William Linn Brown (1844)
"... their long pincering claws. The sea was swollen far beyond its natural boundaries. The streets of the village were overflowed, and where, ..."
2. The Analysis of the Hunting Field by Robert Smith Surtees, Henry Thomas Alken (1904)
"... hammer-and-pincering of the mere turf strider. Give us the horse that can go in deep as well as on grass, the nag that can creep as well as fly, ..."