Definition of Letchings

1. letching [n] - See also: letching

Lexicographical Neighbors of Letchings

let someone have it
let something slide
let something slip
let the buyer beware
let the cat out of the bag
let the chips fall where they may
let the good times roll
let the perfect be the enemy of the good
let up
lethal agent
lethal coefficient
lethal dose
lethal dose 50
lethal dwarfism
lethal equivalent
lethal factor
lethal gene
lethal injection
lethal injections

Literary usage of Letchings

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

1. A Christmas Garland: Carols and Poems from the Fifteenth Century to the by Arthur Henry Bullen (1885)
"With Biographical Memoir, Illustrative Notes, and Eight lEtchings by M. MOUILLERON, and Portrait by L. FLAMENG. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. By JONATHAN SWIFT. ..."

2. Barbara Rebell by Belloc Lowndes (1907)
"i letchings party, and I heard some of their carriages going through the village at four o'clock in the morning !" Boringdon looked at her with quick ..."

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