Definition of Trecking
1. treck [v] - See also: treck
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trecking
Literary usage of Trecking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Fredric Solomon (1986)
"In the Southampton raids, large sectors of the population ignored official instructions and began trecking, moving out into the country and sleeping in ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1893)
"Tliis part of the country, being almost absolutely worthless, offers but scanty subsistence to the herds of " trecking " Boers, ie, Dutch farmers who, ..."
3. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1902)
"... as destroyed water supplies to engines, points and crossings blown up, and the enemy constantly trecking and attacking our arteries in different places. ..."
4. Days and Nights by the Desert by Parker Gillmore (1888)
"I never knew of an ox being pulled down by a lion when in the yoke trecking. I have heard of such things occurring, but I am convinced that they are very ..."
5. Report and Proceedings: With Appendices of the Government Commission on by Sir Jacob Dirk Barry, Cape of Good Hope, Jacob Dirk Barry, Commission on Native Laws and Customs (1883)
"The farmers between us and the rebels were trecking into laager in' every direction, and it was an anxious and threatening time. ..."