Definition of Stearage

1. the act of steering [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stearage

steamship
steamship company
steamship line
steamships
stean
steane
steaned
steanes
steaning
steanings
steans
steapsin
steapsins
stear
stearage (current term)
stearages
stearate
stearated
stearates
steard
steare
steared
steares
stearic
stearic acid
stearidonic
stearidonic acid
stearin
stearine

Literary usage of Stearage

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

1. Journal of the Telegraphby Western Union Telegraph Company by Western Union Telegraph Company (1877)
"stearage, f 26. Bound Trip Tickets by the Bed Star Line are good at the ... stearage and Intermediate Tickets to and from all points at the lowest rates. ..."

2. Japanese-American Relations by Iichirō Tokutomi (1922)
"65 The Kernel of the Problem of Japanese- American Relations—Japan the stearage and America the Cabin of a Passenger Ship— Japan's Emigration Natural ..."

3. Works, 1608-1631: Of Willoughby by Alfoed, Lincolnshire; President of by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... as she passed the bar, a sea broke into the boat and filled her halfe full of water: but by Gods good will, and the carefull stearage of Captaine Cook, ..."

4. Works, 1608-1631: Of Willoughby by Alfoed, Lincolnshire; President of by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... as she passed the bar, a sea broke into the boat and filled her hälfe full of water : but by Gods good will, and the carefull stearage of Captaine Cook, ..."

5. The Poems of Roger Wolcott, Esq: 1725 by Roger Wolcott, John Winthrop, James Frothingham Hunnewell (1898)
"... That fo the Ship may feel her stearage-way : ' Steady at Helm \ Swiftly along fhe Scuds, ' Before the Wind, and cuts the foaming Suds. ..."

6. A Bowl of "Punch": Or, Selections from the London Charivari by Punch (London). (1844)
"... and freight and passage and Whiles besides, witch even as a stearage Pas- singer wood cum heavy, to be cut up into Lines and Stakes and ..."

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