Definition of Tuskings

1. tusking [n] - See also: tusking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuskings

tushker
tushkers
tushy
tusionite
tusk
tusk-shell
tusk shell
tuskar
tuskars
tusked
tusker
tuskers
tuskier
tuskiest
tusking
tuskings (current term)
tuskless
tusklike
tusks
tuskwise
tusky
tussah
tussahs
tussal
tussar
tussars
tusseh
tussehs
tusser

Literary usage of Tuskings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (1882)
"On the exposed gable of the western block there are stone tuskings and the indication of a lean-to roof, proving the existence of another, though probably ..."

2. The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland from the Earliest Christian by David MacGibbon, Thomas Ross (1896)
"The south wall of the church appears, from a return and tuskings at the east end, to have continued further eastwards. In the south wall, adjoining the ..."

3. Record Series (1893)
"They support stone springers for an intended stone vault, another evidence of the intention of which may be seen externally in the " tuskings " for tying in ..."

4. Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist: A Quarterly Journal and Review edited by Llewellyn Frederick William Jewitt, John Charles Cox, John Romilly Allen (1893)
"C. tuskings for bonding the side walls of the atrium or cloister to west of church. D. Traces of the foundations of the walls of the atrium. ..."

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