Definition of Chauffing

1. chauff [v] - See also: chauff



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chauffing

chaufer
chaufers
chaufes
chauff
chauffed
chauffer
chauffer's fracture
chauffers
chauffeur
chauffeur's fracture
chauffeured
chauffeuring
chauffeurless
chauffeurs
chauffeuse
chauffing (current term)
chauffs
chaufing
chauldron
chauldrons
chaulk
chaulked
chaulking
chaulks
chaulmoogra
chaulmoogra oil
chaulmoogra oils
chaulmoogra tree
chaulmoogras
chaulmoogric acid

Literary usage of Chauffing

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1. The Historie of Travaile Into Virginia Britannia: Expressing the by William Strachey, Richard Henry Major (1849)
"... they take yt for an evil signe, but if yt be out they kindle yt againe presently, by chauffing a dry pointed stick in a hole of a little square piece of ..."

2. In the Soldier's Service: War Experiences of Mary Dexter, England, Belgium by Mary Dexter (1918)
"There are heaps of women driving for the English army, and for the French — an American woman spoke to me in the street yesterday who has been chauffing for ..."

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