Definition of Shaling

1. Verb. (present participle of shale) ¹



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Definition of Shaling

1. shale [v] - See also: shale

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shaling

shakuhachis
shaky
shakycam
shalbe
shalder
shalders
shale
shale gas
shale oil
shaled
shalelike
shales
shaley
shalier
shaliest
shaling (current term)
shalk
shalks
shall
shall's
shall-flower
shalli
shallis
shalln't
shallnae
shallon
shallons
shalloon
shalloons
shallop

Literary usage of Shaling

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

1. Laws Relating to Highways and Bridges, with Blank Forms by Michigan, William T. Young, Michigan Dept. of State, Michigan State Highway Dept (1913)
"In graveling or shaling any road, the gravel or shale shall be placed along the center thereof in a space not less than eight feet in width and in a mass ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1896)
"Timber is said to be shaken when from the violence of the wind its grain is separated; also Wany [Johnson]. *shaling. Gliding or slipping, slanting [MCHB]. ..."

3. Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California by California Supreme Court, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California, Supreme Court (1906)
"Before the shaling was done, I rode over the properties of WH Buck and IK Buck." Defendant Buck, in the fall of 1893, spoke to him of his desires of ..."

4. History of Corea, Ancient and Modern: With Description of Manners and by John Ross (1891)
"The first at shaling, which was the actual capital for a time, and from which the above measurements were taken, fell into ruins during the southward march ..."

5. A Glossary of Words Used in East Anglia: Founded on that of Forby : with by Walter Rye, Robert Forby (1895)
"Timber is said to be shaken when from the violence of the wind its grain is separated ; also Wany [Johnson]. *shaling. Gliding or slipping, slanting [MCHB]. ..."

6. Design and Construction of Hydroelectric Plants: Including a Special by Rufus Charles Beardsley (1907)
"... labor, at $2 $6.65 Blacksmith and repairs 25 Bailing water 17 Dynamite at 13c., caps at 3Jc 22 Coal and oil 21 Lumber in shaling at 832 1.32 Labor in ..."

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