Definition of Fettlings
1. fettling [n] - See also: fettling
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fettlings
Literary usage of Fettlings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute, World Resources Institute (1902)
""Fly,"of the "Droppings" under the machine, and the "Fettlings" from the cards. In many cases these may be again divided into two classes, ie, ..."
2. Modern Agriculture: Or, The Present State of Husbandry in Great Britain by James Donaldson (1796)
"... and is done by tapping the cafk pretty high, fo that the clear liquor may be drawn off without any mixture of vices or fettlings. The liquor, with which ..."
3. Forge Work by William Lewis Ilgen (1912)
"Both of these linings are known as fettlings. ... In the pig-boiling process the furnace is first lined with the fettlings and charged with about 500 pounds ..."
4. The Universal Cook: And City and Country Housekeeper by Francis Collingwood, John Woollams (1792)
"Then pour it clear from the fettlings ; to every gallon of liquor add a quart of red wine, and, if not fait enough, a little fait, a . race of ginger cut ..."
5. The English Art of Cookery, According to the Present Practice: Being a by Richard Briggs (1788)
"... with a little pepper, graie a little nutmeg and put a piece of butter over them, pour the liquor off the fettlings, and put as much in as the ..."