Definition of Snailed
1. snail [v] - See also: snail
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Literary usage of Snailed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The watchmakers' hand-book by Claudius Saunier (1881)
"snailed in the same way, employing a zinc or tin lap and coarse rouge (173)- In some cases, hard wood laps can be used for these softer metals. ..."
2. The Brighton Road: Speed, Sport, and History on the Classic Highway to the South by Charles George Harper (1906)
"After quitting Preston, the coach ' snailed it on,' if I may be allowed to invent a term, to Withdean and Patcham, stopping, of course, a little time at ..."
3. Brighton and Its Coaches: A History of the London and Brighton Road, with by William Charles Arlington Blew (1894)
"After quitting Preston, the coach snailed it on to Withdean and Patcham, stopping, of course, a little time at each. The next stoppage was at the bottom of ..."
4. Diagnostic et séméologie des maladies tropicales by Hermann Toenjes, Andy Adams, R. Wurtz, A. Thiroux, Herbert Myrick (1905)
"But as we left the valley and came up on the mesa, there on an angle in our front, Flood's herd snailed along like an army brigade, anxious to dispute our ..."