Definition of Hattering
1. hatter [v] - See also: hatter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hattering
Literary usage of Hattering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scientific Dialogues: Intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of by Jeremiah Joyce (1838)
"F. It may, and hence you see the reason why immense hattering-rams, used hy the ancients in the art of war, have given place to cannon halls of hut a few ..."
2. Goldsmith's Roman History by Oliver Goldsmith (1817)
"Titus hegan hy hattering down the outward wall; which, after umch fatigue and danger, he effected, all the time shewing the greatest clemency to the Jews, ..."
3. Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of Time, to by William Fordyce Mavor (1802)
"Titus immediately advanced to th^ second wall, and plied his engines, and hattering-rams so furiously, that one of the towers began to •shake, ..."
4. The Romance of History: Italy by Charles Macfarlane (1832)
"The heavy hattering ermines, groaning and creaking most discordantly with their efforts, threw stones of tremendous size, and beat the tower with ponderous ..."