Definition of Factorages

1. Noun. (plural of factorage) ¹



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Definition of Factorages

1. factorage [n] - See also: factorage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Factorages

factor x deficiency
factor xa
factor xi
factor xi deficiency
factor xia
factor xii
factor xii deficiency
factor xiia
factor xiii
factor xiii deficiency
factorability
factorable
factorage
factorages (current term)
factored
factoress
factoresses
factorial
factorial experiment
factorial experiments
factorial prime
factorial table
factorial tables
factoriality
factorially
factorials
factories
factoring

Literary usage of Factorages

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1. The Pulpit of the American Revolution: Or, the Political Sermons of the by John Wingate Thornton (1876)
"... of hostilities was thus; being chiefly carried on by foreign factorages— a mode of commerce which the British merchants intended to have been universal. ..."

2. The Book of Old Edinburgh: With Historical Accounts of the Buildings Therein by John Charles Dunlop, Alison Hay Dunlop (1896)
"Similar factorages—each a very coign of vantage for antiquarian observation, and differing much from casual visits—were held for houses in the High Street, ..."

3. The Book of Old Edinburgh: And Hand-book to the Old Edinburgh Street by John Charles Dunlop, Alison Hay Dunlop (1886)
"Similar factorages—each A very coign of vantage for antiquarian observation, and differing much from casual visits—were held for houses in the High Street, ..."

4. Bud: A Novel by Neil Munro (1907)
"Trust estates and factorages from all quarters of the county came now to the office at the windy corner. A Christian lawyer with a sense of fun, ..."

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