Definition of Enterings

1. Noun. (plural of entering) ¹



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Definition of Enterings

1. entering [n] - See also: entering

Lexicographical Neighbors of Enterings

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Literary usage of Enterings

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

1. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1887)
"Men who live in times of haste say they have no leisure for such enterings. The enterings need not be literal : we need not ..."

2. History of Long Island: Containing an Account of the Discovery and by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1839)
"Around the heads of the bays and re-enterings of the coast along the north shore of Long Island, copious springs break out very little above tide water ..."

3. Rush-bearing: an Account of the Old Custom of Strewing Rushes: An Account of by Alfred Burton (1891)
"These meetings were called ' enterings,' and they always took place on ... Well, the ' enterings ' having been formed, and the subscriptions duly paid, ..."

4. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time: With by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1843)
"Around the heads of the bays and re-enterings of the coast along the north shore of Long Island, copious springs break out very little above tide water ..."

5. A Treatise on Field Fortification: Containing Instructions on the Methods of by Dennis Hart Mahan (1862)
"... the bastions between them are placed in strong re-enterings, thereby forcing the enemy to gain possession of the demi-lunes before he can penetrate, ..."

6. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Taoism by James Legge (1891)
"His movements have no trace; his going forth and his re-enterings have no deviation; his course is like that of the sun without beginning (or ending). ..."

7. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1887)
"Men who live in times of haste say they have no leisure for such enterings. The enterings need not be literal : we need not ..."

8. History of Long Island: Containing an Account of the Discovery and by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1839)
"Around the heads of the bays and re-enterings of the coast along the north shore of Long Island, copious springs break out very little above tide water ..."

9. Rush-bearing: an Account of the Old Custom of Strewing Rushes: An Account of by Alfred Burton (1891)
"These meetings were called ' enterings,' and they always took place on ... Well, the ' enterings ' having been formed, and the subscriptions duly paid, ..."

10. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time: With by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1843)
"Around the heads of the bays and re-enterings of the coast along the north shore of Long Island, copious springs break out very little above tide water ..."

11. A Treatise on Field Fortification: Containing Instructions on the Methods of by Dennis Hart Mahan (1862)
"... the bastions between them are placed in strong re-enterings, thereby forcing the enemy to gain possession of the demi-lunes before he can penetrate, ..."

12. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Taoism by James Legge (1891)
"His movements have no trace; his going forth and his re-enterings have no deviation; his course is like that of the sun without beginning (or ending). ..."

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