Definition of Strickled
1. strickle [v] - See also: strickle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Strickled
Literary usage of Strickled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Order of Reference of the Supreme Court of the United States: In the Case of by Reuben Hyde Walworth, United States Supreme Court (1851)
"The mean strickled capacity of the boxes measured at Wheeling, was 6588 cubic inches ... The weight of a strickled Winchester bushel of Pittsburgh coal is, ..."
2. Patternmaking: A Treatise on the Construction and Application of Patterns by Joseph Atkinson Shelly (1920)
"These are used to strickle a bed upon which are laid the pieces that form the new flanges; after this the space between the flanges is strickled off to form ..."
3. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"Instead of venting in the way described, ramming may be carried up to the top of the straight edges, the bed strickled off and then vented. ..."
4. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"When strickled off level with the straight edges, the l>ed is ready for setting the pattern in position. Instead of venting in the way described, ..."
5. The English Mechanic and World of Science (1884)
"The curb ring facing, boss and bed are strickled by a board ... The sand within the framei strickled over level with its upper face. ..."
6. Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering by Joseph Gregory Horner (1902)
"The bottom face will be strickled, the strickle working on the edge of the rim (Fig. 231). After having strickled the bed, the pattern will be laid upon it, ..."
7. Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering by Joseph Gregory Horner (1885)
"200) The curb ring facing, boss, and bed are strickled Hg. 199. in the bottom by a board working round a core-bar, the skeleton pattern frame is rammed ..."
8. Modern Iron Foundry Practice by George Robert Bale (1902)
"strickled; the other pin is shown with an eye at its end for slinging it when necessary. T, fig. 151, shows a very Fio. 150. Fio. ..."