Definition of Cooming
1. coom [v] - See also: coom
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cooming
Literary usage of Cooming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"Yes, yes—1 'in cooming, cooming, cooming! (He starts toward the right; JOE leads him.) Yes, take me to the mill, take me to the mill ! ..."
2. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1842)
"A cooming of timber is attached to this platform, encircling each boiler, and the interstices between the timber of the cooming and the iron of the boiler ..."
3. A Treatise on the Steam Engine in Its Application to Mines, Mills, Steam by Artizan club (London, England) (1853)
"The floor-plate covering the blow-off cock should have a cooming, a few inches high, cast round a hole of sufficient diameter to admit a box key to turn the ..."
4. The Pilgrim's Wallet; Or, Scraps of Travel Gathered in England, France, and by Gilbert Haven (1869)
"They 'd roon in a minute if they heerd that we were cooming. Why, in the old wars with Napoleon, we were ordered oot, but only got as far as Kendal," [about ..."