Definition of Canalling

1. Verb. (present participle of canal) ¹



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Definition of Canalling

1. canal [v] - See also: canal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canalling

canalisations
canalise
canalised
canalises
canalising
canalizable
canalization
canalizations
canalize
canalized
canalizes
canalizing
canalled
canaller
canallers
canalling (current term)
canals
canals for lesser palatine nerves
canals of Scarpa
canals of Schlemm
canalside
canape
canapes
canaphite
canard
canards
canaried
canary
canary-yellow
canary bird

Literary usage of Canalling

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1. The Water-power of Maine by Maine Hydrographic Survey (1868)
"Rock, slate ; land level about three of the falls ; canalling possible ; facilities for building, good. Proprietors will be glad to have surveys, ..."

2. Men and Times of the Revolution: Or, Memoirs of Elkanah Watson, Including by Elkanah Watson (1856)
"Before the existence of the act, nothing appeared in the community on the subject of canalling, except the different commercial speculations of individuals ..."

3. Men and Times of the Revolution: Or, Memoirs of Elkanah Watson, Including by Elkanah Watson (1856)
"Before the existence of the act, nothing appeared in the community on the subject of canalling, except the different commercial speculations of individuals ..."

4. The Territory of Florida, Or, Sketches of the Topography, Civil and Natural by John Lee Williams (1837)
"... which will be more particularly referred to hereafter, it may require double the distance of canalling, say twenty-four or thirty- six miles, ..."

5. Memoir of De Witt Clinton: With an Appendix, Containing Numerous Documents by David Hosack (1829)
"Good policy, as it respected our contiguity to the Canadas, as well as the principles of canalling, so well understood, and the benefits arising ..."

6. Documents of the Senate of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Senate (1833)
"... skilled in all the subjects of canalling, revenue and commerce, with a love of country so strong, and principles of integrity so rigid, as to resist the ..."

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