Definition of Bighting

1. bight [v] - See also: bight



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bighting

biggy
bigha
bighas
bighead
bigheaded
bigheads
bighearted
bigheartedly
bigheartedness
bighorn
bighorn-sheep
bighorn sheep
bighorns
bight
bighted
bighting (current term)
bights
bightsome
bigitalin
biglandular
bigleaf
bigleaf magnolia
bigleague
bigly
biglycan
bigmouth
bigmouthed
bigmouths
bignay
bignays

Literary usage of Bighting

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1. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1859)
"The W. and SW are the most prevalent ammd constant winds, but a bighting NE wind often blows upon the E. ..."

2. Picture of a Factory Village: To which are Annexed, Remarks on Lotteries by Thomas Man (1833)
"Should fairest virtues, gracefully adorn, Would be like mildew, bighting golden corn. Like murrain, attacking best English sheep; Or, as a pestilence, ..."

3. Seamanship: Comp. from Various Authorities, and Illustrated with Numerous by Stephen Bleecker Luce (1877)
"Lastly the gear (the sheets and down-haul) is bent as described in " Running-rigging," and the sail made up, on the after side, by bighting the leeches ..."

4. The Mining World Index of Current Literature by George E Sisley (1916)
"... Surveying and Drafting, Drilling and Boring, Sampling, Ex-plosives and Blasting, Shafts and Shaft Sinking, bighting and Signalling, Pumps and Pumping, ..."

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