Definition of Swingletrees

1. Noun. (plural of swingletree) ¹



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Definition of Swingletrees

1. swingletree [n] - See also: swingletree

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swingletrees

swinging chad
swinging door
swinging post
swinging the lead
swingingest
swingingly
swingings
swingism
swingisms
swingle
swinglebar
swinglebars
swingled
swingles
swingletree
swingletrees (current term)
swinglike
swingling
swingman
swingmen
swingometer
swingometers
swings
swings and roundabouts
swingset
swingsets
swingtree
swingtrees
swingy
swinish

Literary usage of Swingletrees

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1. A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of by George Head (1836)
"... the pole chains and swingletrees attached to the wagon. A single rein is fixed to the near horse's cheek, the other horse being made fast to his ..."

2. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1853)
"1525. anil 152G. ; the swingletrees g, g, and guide pieces /,/, turning freely above and below upon the said pin or bolt, and secured in their places ..."

3. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1853)
"The swingletrees q, q,fig. 1513., are likewise jointed in the same way to the ... 1525. and 1526. ; the swingletrees q, q, and guide pieces /,/, turning ..."

4. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1835)
"In this apparatus the windlasses to which the leathers of the swingletrees are attached, are made capable of revolving so as to present their reversed side ..."

5. British Farmer's Magazine (1854)
"Eight horses were next given, when proceedings went forward by impulses of a few steps at a time, with frequent breakage of swingletrees, chains, ..."

6. A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of by George Head (1836)
"... the pole chains and swingletrees attached to the wagon. A single rein is fixed to the near horse's cheek, the other horse being made fast to his ..."

7. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1853)
"1525. anil 152G. ; the swingletrees g, g, and guide pieces /,/, turning freely above and below upon the said pin or bolt, and secured in their places ..."

8. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1853)
"The swingletrees q, q,fig. 1513., are likewise jointed in the same way to the ... 1525. and 1526. ; the swingletrees q, q, and guide pieces /,/, turning ..."

9. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1835)
"In this apparatus the windlasses to which the leathers of the swingletrees are attached, are made capable of revolving so as to present their reversed side ..."

10. British Farmer's Magazine (1854)
"Eight horses were next given, when proceedings went forward by impulses of a few steps at a time, with frequent breakage of swingletrees, chains, ..."

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