Definition of Stewings
1. stewing [n] - See also: stewing
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Literary usage of Stewings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Great American fraud by Samuel Hopkins Adams (1906)
"But silence is the fixed quantity—silence as to the frauds he practices; silence as to the abominable stewings and ..."
2. The Comic Almanack: An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, Containing Merry Tales by William Makepeace Thackeray, Albert Smith, Gilbert Abbott À Beckett, Horace Mayhew (1853)
"... and stewings—why, " the house ia in ruins!" Then the wine goes like winking, and they cannot help thinking you've taken to drinking; They're perpetually ..."
3. The Great American fraud by Samuel Hopkins Adams (1907)
"But silence is the fixed quantity-1-silence as to the frauds he practices; silence as to the abominable stewings and ..."
4. Rambles Overland: A Trip Across the Continent by Almon Gunnison (1883)
"... in the subsequent stewings of the journey, a nondescript decoction of oolong, cracker-dust, and the frayed shoddy nap of our pocket linings. ..."
5. California, In-doors and Out; Or, How We Farm, Mine, and Live Generally in by Eliza Wood Farnham (1856)
"... a succession of roast- ings, boilings, and stewings, you settle down to salt meat till the next slaughtering again distracts you with an over-supply. ..."
6. The Universal Songster: Or, Museum of Mirth: Forming the Most Complete (1834)
"... to look After boilings and stewings ! Ah! ha! Och ! She Madame Française was, begar ! And a deaf and blind COOK, I for oddness long puzzled my brain, ..."