Definition of Croftings
1. crofting [n] - See also: crofting
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Croftings
Literary usage of Croftings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Answer to the Dissenters Pleas for Separation; Or, an Abridgment of the by Thomas Bennet (1711)
"... in the Name, 8cc. with many CrofTings. Then he puts a little Salt into the Infant's Mouth, faying. ..."
2. Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860 [1861, 1962-3] by Francis Galton (1861)
"... now a far greater breadth of land under cultivation than there ever was before, and that not only in the form of large farms, but of cotters' croftings. ..."
3. Notes on Sport and Travel by George Henry Kingsley (1900)
"... greater breadth of land under cultivation than there ever was before, and that not only in the form of large farms, but of cotters' croftings. ..."
4. The Dorrington Deed-box by Arthur Morrison (1897)
"As to my own case, it only remains to say that as yet neither Dorrington, Hicks, nor the croftings have been caught. ..."