Definition of Seining

1. n. Fishing with a seine.



Definition of Seining

1. Verb. (present participle of seine) ¹

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Definition of Seining

1. seine [v] - See also: seine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seining

seignory
seik
seiker
seikest
seil
seiled
seiling
seils
sein
seine
seined
seinen
seiner
seiners
seines
seining (current term)
seinings
seins
seintuaries
seintuary
seir
seir model
seirfish
seirospore
seirospores
seirs
seis
seisable
seise
seised

Literary usage of Seining

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1. The Sea-fishing Industry of England and Wales: A Popular Account of the Sea by Frederick George Aflalo (1904)
"... Varied Fisheries of Cornwall—Importance of Migratory Fishes in its Returns—Trawling and Drift-net Ports—Mackerel-seining at Looe— Mevagissey—Seasons for ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1899)
"Amending the fish and game law so as to allow the netting and seining of fish in back waters. Giving juries in criminal cases discretion as to whether they ..."

3. Proceedings of the Good Roads Institute, Held at the University of North by University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (1908)
"DOUBLE seining.—All double seining in any of the waters or rivers of the State, and the hauling or drawing two seines in succession over the same bottom or ..."

4. Our Journal in the Pacific by Sydney Marow Eardley- Wilmot (1873)
"... BOARD — MEXICAN CHARACTERISTICS seining PARTIES — LEAVE MAZATLAN AND ARRIVE AT SAN BLAS—LOCAL TORMENTORS—THE INDIAN CHIEF. THE anticipations that some ..."

5. The Marshlands: (2d.ed.) And, The Trail of the Tide by John Frederic Herbin (1899)
"Night labor now companioned by the breeze, The glowing lantern glides to where for man The harvest of the sea is garnering. seining."

6. The Romance of the World's Fisheries: Interesting Descriptions of the Many by Sidney Harry Wright (1908)
"... whale and the beluga—Trapping and seining belugas—The dugong and the manatee—A manatee-hunt. THE cetacean family includes many water monsters that, ..."

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