Definition of Stealages

1. stealage [n] - See also: stealage



Lexicographical Neighbors of Stealages

steakhouse
steakhouses
steakless
steaklike
steakmaker
steakmakers
steaks
steal
steal a glance
steal a march
steal away
steal somebody's thunder
steal the show
stealable
stealage
stealages
steale
stealed
stealer
stealers
steales
stealest
stealeth
stealing
stealingly
stealings
steals
stealt
stealth
stealth-tax

Literary usage of Stealages

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

1. The Nineteenth Century (1884)
"What would be the ' waste and stealages' of a governing body having at its disposal the whole agricultural ..."

2. The Complete Works of Henry George by Henry George (1881)
"What would be the "waste and stealages" of a governing body having at its disposal the whole agricultural and mining wealth of such States as California and ..."

3. The Land Question: Property in Land, The Condition of Labor by Henry George, George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1881)
"What would be the “waste and stealages” of a governing body having at its disposal the whole agricultural and mining wealth of such States as California and ..."

4. British Socialism: An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and by J. Ellis Barker (1908)
"What the party of the Fourth Estate objects to in the existing commercial and industrial system is, not merely the stealages which go on under the guise of ..."

5. Property in Land by George Douglas Campbell Argyll, Henry George (1893)
"What would be the " waste and stealages" of a governing body having at its disposal the whole agricultural and mining wealth of such States as California ..."

6. Choice Literature: A Monthly Magazine (1885)
"What would be the "waste and stealages" of a governing body having at its disposal the whole agricultural and mining wealth of such States as California and ..."

7. Canned Foods: How to Buy, how to Sell; Statistical and Practical Information by John Adams Lee (1914)
"The business is conducted on such a close margin of profit that the small losses, leakages and stealages will frequently absorb the profit of the business. ..."

8. Proceedings and Committee Reports (1900)
"... the matter was not called up at their meeting, but those I spoke to all talked along the line that the stealages in the yards amounted to very little, ..."

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