Definition of Tethering

1. Verb. (present participle of tether) ¹



2. Noun. (Internet) The connection of a personal computer to a mobile phone so as to obtain wireless Internet access from the PC ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tethering

1. tether [v] - See also: tether

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tethering

tetel
tetels
tetes
teth
tether
tethera
tethera-a-bumfit
tetherable
tetherball
tethered
tethered aerostat
tethered cord syndrome
tetherin
tethering (current term)
tetherins
tetherless
tetherless computing
tethers
teths
tethydan
tethyodea
tethys
tetotum
tetotums
tetr-
tetra
tetra-

Literary usage of Tethering

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1. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1905)
"... and tethering of the ' Stock'— Crossing the Arkansas — Great Battle with Rattlesnakes — A Mustang Colt and a Mule Fracas —'The Caches'— Origin and ..."

2. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1905)
"... and tethering of the 'Stock'— Crossing the Arkansas — Great Battle with Rattlesnakes — A Mustang Colt and a Mule Fracas —'The Caches'— Origin and ..."

3. Keeping One Cow: Being the Experience of a Number of Practical Writers, in a (1884)
"tethering. A professional friend of mine is the owner of three horses and ... The apparatus for tethering his cow, when at pasture, consists of a pole or ..."

4. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1878)
"... of the grounds while all the deciduous trees and shrubs are yet destitute of foliage, and buds have not begun to swell. tethering AND SECURING ANIMALS. ..."

5. Keeping One Cow: Being the Experience of a Number of Practical Writers, in a (1880)
"tethering. A professional friend of mine is the owner of three horses and ... The apparatus for tethering his cow, when at pasture, consists of a pole or ..."

6. Travels in Siberia by S. S. Hill (1854)
"... tethering their Horses. — The Rhubarb Plant serves the Horses for Food. — Consumption of our Food.— Voracious Appetites of the ..."

7. ... The Domestic Cat: Bird Killer, Mouser and Destroyer of Wild Life; Means by Edward Howe Forbush (1916)
"Confining or tethering the Cat. A good ratter when confined in a building with rats and mice will devote its attention to them. A cat that will not do this ..."

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