Definition of Rattings

1. ratting [n] - See also: ratting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rattings

rattening
rattens
ratter
ratteries
ratters
rattery
ratticide
ratticides
rattier
rattiest
rattily
rattiness
rattinet
rattinets
ratting
rattings (current term)
rattish
rattle
rattle-top
rattle down
rattle off
rattle on
rattle snake
rattle someone's cage
rattle the bones
rattle through
rattle trap
rattle weed
rattleback
rattlebacks

Literary usage of Rattings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1830)
"Now he raves of a bard, he once happened to meet, Seated high, " among rattings" and " charming" a sonnet: Nmv talks of a Mystery, wrapp'd in a sheet, ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1904)
"... instead of boozing and gambling and quarrelling at low boxing-matches, rattings, and cock- fightings, as they had been so long accustomed to do. ..."

3. The Bystander (1881)
"A single motive power produces all the divisions, combinations, rattings and coalitions. Mr. Chapleau, having pretty well exhausted his means of feeding his ..."

4. The Bystander (1881)
"A single motive power produces all the divisions, combinations, rattings and coalitions. Mr. Chapleau, having pretty well exhausted his means of feeding his ..."

5. Handbook for Mechanical Engineers by Henry Adams (1897)
"... rape and cotton-seed oil. Ordinary machines:—Lard oil, heavy mineral and other vegetable oils. Steam cylinders:—Heavy mineral oils. —rattings. 358. ..."

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