Definition of Strutting

1. Verb. (present participle of strut) ¹



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Definition of Strutting

1. strut [v] - See also: strut

Lexicographical Neighbors of Strutting

struse
struses
strut
strut one's stuff
struth
struthian
struthiomimus
struthioniform
struthious
struthonian
struthonians
struts
strutted
strutter
strutters
strutting
struttingly
struvite
struvites
strychnia
strychnic
strychnine
strychnines
stryphnic acid
stryve
stub
stub nail
stub out
stubbed
stubbedness

Literary usage of Strutting

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

1. Tunneling: A Practical Treatise by Charles Prelini (1912)
"THE purpose of timbering or strutting in tunnel work is to prevent the ... As the strutting has to resist all the pressures developed in the roof and side ..."

2. Tunneling: A Practical Treatise by Charles Prelini (1912)
"THE purpose of timbering or strutting in tunnel work is to prevent the ... As the strutting has to resist all the pressures developed in the roof and side ..."

3. Tunneling: A Practical Treatise by Charles Prelini, Charles Shattuck Hill (1901)
"THE purpose of timbering or strutting in tunnel work is to prevent the ... As the strutting has to resist all the pressures developed in the roof and side ..."

4. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1851)
"... herring-bone strutting; and, whatever be the form of strutting employed, it is advisable in cases where (he floor will have to bear great weight to make ..."

5. Girls and Education by Le Baron Russell Briggs (1911)
"One is by looking beyond the scroll-saw shanties with signboards on them, beyond the strutting youth with his hand thrust into the arm of that awful girl in ..."

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