Definition of Strikings

1. striking [n] - See also: striking



Lexicographical Neighbors of Strikings

strikes gold
strikes out
strikes through
strikest
strikesthrough
striketh
strikethrough
strikethroughs
striking
striking distance
striking gold
striking out
striking through
strikingly
strikingness
strikings
strim
strimmer
strimmers
strimming
string
string-net
string along
string band
string bands
string bean
string beans
string cheese
string course

Literary usage of Strikings

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

1. The Annals of Electricity, Magnetism, and Chemistry, and Guardian of by William Sturgeon (1842)
"I could not compare directly the effects of the two columns, with respect to the frequency of strikings of the bead, because at that time 300 groups of any ..."

2. Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo (1914)
"cal integrity which the English law groups under the term " assaults " and which in other criminal systems are designated as "strikings, woundings and acts ..."

3. Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo (1914)
"cal integrity which the English law groups under the term "assaults" and which in other criminal systems are designated as "strikings, woundings and acts of ..."

4. Tiw: Or, A View of the Roots and Stems of the English as a Teutonic Tongue by William Barnes (1862)
"DANDERS, n. down-strikings, or scoria of a forge. Dandle, to ding down and up. ... Thunder, noise such as of strikings. DUNNY, s. with the hearing dun ted. ..."

5. Tiw: Or, A View of the Roots and Stems of the English as a Teutonic Tongue by William Barnes (1862)
"DANDERS, n. down-strikings, or scoria of a forge. Dandle, to ding down and up. ... Thunder, noise such as of strikings. DUNNY, s. with the hearing dun ted. ..."

6. A Digest of the Criminal Statute Law of England: Alphabetically and by Harold Nuttall Tomlins (1819)
"... Murders, Manslaughters, and other malicious Strikings, by reason whereof Blood is or shall be shed against the King's Peace, been often and many Times ..."

7. The Virginian: A Horseman of the Plains by Owen Wister (1904)
"Yes," for instance, and " Pretty well, I guess," and grave strikings of matches and thoughtful looks at the floor. I suppose we had made twenty miles to the ..."

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