Definition of Trickling

1. Verb. (present participle of trickle) ¹



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Definition of Trickling

1. trickle [v] - See also: trickle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trickling

trickishly
trickishness
trickishnesses
trickle
trickle-down
trickle-up trend
trickle-up trends
trickle down
trickled
trickledown
trickles
tricklet
tricklets
tricklier
trickliest
trickling (current term)
tricklingly
trickly
trickment
trickments
tricks
tricks of the trade
trickshot
tricksier
tricksiest
tricksily
tricksiness
tricksinesses
tricksome
trickster

Literary usage of Trickling

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1. American Sewerage Practice by Leonard. Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1915)
"trickling filters in the United States have been designed generally for between 2000 and 4000 persons per acre per foot in depth. The authors believe that ..."

2. Sewage Disposal by Leonard Parker Kinnicutt (1919)
"Two trickling effluents and two contact effluents were kept in the laboratory for a month in stoppered bottles, samples being withdrawn every week for ..."

3. Sewerage and Sewage Disposal: A Textbook by Leonard Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1922)
"Great quantities of worms develop in trickling filters, and are discharged ... A small, gray moth-fly is sometimes very troublesome about trickling filters, ..."

4. Preliminary Report on a Visit to the Navaho National Monument, Arizona by Jesse Walter Fewkes (1911)
"trickling-SPRING HOUSE After descending to Laguna creek from Marsh pass, crossing the stream, and following the bank about 2 miles, one comes to a ridge of ..."

5. Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers by Boston Society of Civil Engineers (1915)
"Mr. Fuller's discussion clearly sets forth the premises upon which he bases his conclusion " that a trickling filter bed of not less than 6 ft. and not more ..."

6. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce (1916)
"His own consciousness of language was ebbing from bis brain and trickling into the very words themselves which set to band and disband themselves in wayward ..."

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