Definition of Scaldings

1. Noun. (plural of scalding) ¹



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Definition of Scaldings

1. scalding [n] - See also: scalding

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaldings

scalation
scalations
scalawag
scalawags
scalded
scalded milk
scalded skin syndrome
scalder
scalders
scaldfish
scaldfishes
scalding
scaldingly
scaldings (current term)
scaldini
scaldino
scalds
scale-up
scale-winged
scale degree
scale degrees
scale down
scale factor
scale fern
scale insect
scale invariance
scale leaf

Literary usage of Scaldings

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1. Two Months in the Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye by Charles Richard Weld (1860)
"scaldings.— Lighta a-head and around.—Herring-fishing Boats.—Fraserburgh.— The Moray Firth. — A hot Night. — The Caithness Coast. ..."

2. A History of England Under the Anglo-Saxon Kings by Johann Martin Lappenberg (1845)
"69, mentions an invasion of the ' scaldings,' 'ho also destroyed York. See vol. ip 218. ' Vita S. Patricii ap. Alford, Annal. Eccl. Anglo-Saxon, t. ii. ..."

3. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"Such a racket and uproar, and hell of a rout, You could not have thought they behaved so rude, scaldings here, scaldings there. I was glad to creep out. ..."

4. Naval Songs and Ballads by Charles Harding Firth (1908)
"No sooner had we done hoisting of beer, To a place call'd the galley I did straightway repair. Such a racket and uproar, and hell of a rout, scaldings here, ..."

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