Definition of Dacking
1. dack [v] - See also: dack
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dacking
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Literary usage of Dacking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shropshire Parish Registers by Shropshire Parish Register Society, William Phillimore Watts Phillimore (1902)
"Benjamin dacking & Martha Smith. Wit—Thos. Gittins & Rich" Cureton. „ Dec. 14. Joseph Evans & Martha Ridge, of Chirbury, to. Wit. ..."
2. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1874)
"Will save much labour and calculation to packing-case makers and those who use dacking-cases."—Grocer. "Invaluable labour-saving tables."—Ironmonger. ..."
3. Great Argentina: Comparative Studies Between Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru by Francisco Seeber (1904)
"Unfortunately, they are not yet exported, awing to the high railway charges for transport ind to want of proper care in gathering and dacking them. ..."
4. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1892)
"Campbell & Swainston, td., Argyll Wharf, Limehouse, London, E. ECOND-HAND Beer Hogsheads dacking TIERCES for Sale, all sizes, cheap. ..."
5. A Dictionary: English and Burmese by Adoniram Judson (1849)
"Duck 2, я. а kind of sail-cloth, dacking-stool, n. Duckling, я. Duct, n. (g$n Ductile, a. flexible, ..."