Definition of Filagreeing
1. filagree [v] - See also: filagree
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Filagreeing
Literary usage of Filagreeing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Four Years Aboard the Whaleship: Embracing Cruises in the Pacific, Atlantic by William B. Whitecar (1864)
"It was not unusual to get from twenty to thirty shillings for a hone cane ; and ja»geU knive*, used by the pastry cook for filagreeing the edges of his pies ..."
2. Paved with Gold, Or, The Romance and Reality of the London Streets: An by Augustus Mayhew (1858)
"... with costly laces—richly worked as a Gothic tracery, such as few virtuous women could afford—filagreeing about their arms and necks. ..."