Definition of Scarrings

1. Noun. (plural of scarring) ¹

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Definition of Scarrings

1. scarring [n] - See also: scarring

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scarrings

scarph
scarphed
scarphing
scarphs
scarping
scarpings
scarproof
scarps
scarre
scarred
scarres
scarrier
scarriest
scarring
scarring alopecia
scarrings (current term)
scarry
scars
scart
scarted
scarth
scarths
scarting
scarts
scarus
scarved
scarves
scary
scat
scat singing

Literary usage of Scarrings

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1. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"... tooth-filings, scarrings, and mutilations that are practised by savage tribes. A habitation, there can be no doubt that the instinct to a sheltered nook ..."

2. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1902)
"... tooth-filings, scarrings, and other mutilations that are practised by savage tribes. As for habitation, there can be no doubt that the instinct to seek ..."

3. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"... tooth-filings, scarrings, and other mutilations that are practised by savage tribes. As for habitation, there can be no doubt that the instinct to seek ..."

4. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1891)
"... tooth-filings, scarrings, and other mutilations that are practised by savage tribes. As for habitation, there can be no doubt that the instinct to seek ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"1, is stronger than those more ingenious scarrings. It may be strengthened against lateral.bending by a little tongue, or by a sally, but cannot have both. ..."

6. The Lake of the Sky, Lake Tahoe, in the High Sierras of California and by George Wharton James (1915)
"Just below Marlette Lake, almost directly facing Tahoe Tavern, are several scarrings, running almost parallel to each other and going in the most direct ..."

7. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada by Clarence King (1902)
"... scarrings. The facts which attest this are open to observation, and seem to me important in making up a statement of past conditions. ..."

8. My Lorraine Journal by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1918)
"... the great bare stretch, with its bald, chalky scarrings, its dull spots of pine woods, its dust or mud, has none of the material beauty of the Campagna. ..."

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