Definition of Steining

1. n. See Steening.



Definition of Steining

1. Noun. (alternative form of steening) ¹

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Definition of Steining

1. a stone lining [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steining

stegosaur
stegosauri
stegosaurs
stegosaurus
stegosauruses
stegs
steigerite
steil
steils
stein
steinbock
steinbocks
steinbok
steinboks
steined
steining (current term)
steinings
steinkirk
steinkirks
steins
stela
stelae
stelai
stelar
stele
stelene
steles
stelic
stelis
stell

Literary usage of Steining

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1. Standard Practical Plumbing: Being a Complete Encyclopædia for Practical by Philip John Davies (1896)
"774.1 Of course, large wells require thicker steining than small ones. For instance, a well .3ft. in diameter through a stiff clay will only require a ..."

2. Notes on Cylinder Bridge Piers and the Well System of Foundations by John Newman (1893)
"The cement should always have a high cementitious strength. Good Portland cement concrete steining appears to be a preferable material ..."

3. Notes on Cylinder Bridge Piers and the Well System of Foundations by John Newman (1893)
"Good Portland cement concrete steining appears to be a preferable material to brickwork or masonry, on account of its homogeneity, and it is also cheaper ..."

4. Notes on Cylinder Bridge Piers and the Well System of Foundations by John Newman (1893)
"The cement should always have a high cementitious strength. Good Portland cement concrete steining appears to be a preferable material to ..."

5. Well-boring for Water, Brine and Oil: A Manual of Current Practice by C. Isler (1902)
"The earth must be firmly packed behind the steining. In a common modification of this method, a wooden curb is laid at the bottom of the excavation ..."

6. Well-boring for Water, Brine and Oil: A Manual of Current Practice by C. Isler (1911)
"The earth must be firmly packed behind the steining. In a common modification of this method, a wooden curb is laid at the bottom of the excavation ..."

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