Definition of Snailing

1. snail [v] - See also: snail



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snailing

snail-flower
snail bean
snail butter
snail darter
snail fever
snail flower
snail mail
snailase
snailed
snaileries
snailery
snailfish
snailflower
snailier
snailiest
snailing (current term)
snailish
snaillike
snails
snailshell
snailshells
snailspace
snaily
snake
snake's-head
snake's-tongue
snake's head fritillary
snake-fish
snake-head
snake-necked turtle

Literary usage of Snailing

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

1. The Watch & Clock Makers' Handbook, Dictionary and Guide by Frederick James Britten (1896)
"There is projecting from the snailing mill a foot which fits the holder of ... The snailing mill is fixed in nearly the right position in relation to the ..."

2. The Watch & Clockmakers' Handbook by Frederick James Britten (1881)
"There is projecting from the snailing mill a foot which fits the holder of ... The snailing mill is fixed in nearly the right position in rela- tion to the ..."

3. The Log of a Cowboy: A Narrative of the Old Trail Days by Andy Adams (1903)
"We had taken on new supplies at Ogalalla, and a week afterwards the herd was snailing along the North Platte on its way to the land of the Blackfeet. ..."

4. The Log of a Cowboy: A Narrative of the Old Trail Days by Andy Adams (1903)
"We had taken on new supplies ; at Ogalalla, and a week afterwards the herd was snailing along the North Platte on its way to the land of the Blackfeet. ..."

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