Definition of Callousing
1. callous [v] - See also: callous
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Callousing
Literary usage of Callousing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Realism: Coöperative Studies in Philosophy by Edwin Bissell Holt (1912)
"Here are to be included all operations like callousing, thickening of fur, pigmentation under sunlight, etc. Suppose my hands, now soft and thin-skinned, ..."
2. Annual Report by Columbus Horticultural Society, Columbus, Ohio (1899)
"The matter of callousing them before putting them in the bed. So while the first lot were put in the beds without callus a second lot just like the first, ..."
3. Annual Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society by Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (1893)
"Mr. Wragg, have you ever practiced putting out currants without callousing? MJ Wragg.—No; we get a better system of roots with fall ..."
4. Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri by Missouri State Horticultural Society (1898)
"Root growth was progressing well in most cases, and callousing was also under way. ... There had apparently been no callousing during the fall and winter, ..."
5. Viticulture in New Zealand (with Special Reference to American Vines) by Romeo Bragato (1906)
"Time of callousing. Another important factor in securing a high percentage of striking» is the time of performing the operation. ..."