Definition of Fillings

1. Noun. (plural of filling) ¹



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Definition of Fillings

1. filling [n] - See also: filling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fillings

fillibeg
fillibegs
fillibuster
fillibusters
fillies
filling
filling defect
filling defect in renal collecting system
filling in
filling out
filling station
filling stations
filling the bill
fillingly
fillingness
fillings (current term)
fillip
filliped
fillipeen
fillipeens
filliping
fillips
fillis
fillister
fillisters
fillo
fillock
fillos
fillowite
fillrate

Literary usage of Fillings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1886)
"In regard to discolored fillings: First, they vary from copper color to black; second, two fillings from the same gold and in the same mouth, ..."

2. A History of Dental and Oral Science in America by James E. Dexter (1876)
"Of the simple metallic fillings, excepting lead and gold, tin has been the most extensively used. It was not generally employed until about 1830; ..."

3. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1891)
"Glass fillings. Mr. HENRI WEISS, Dean of the National Dental College, ... Glass fillings or inlays approaching so nearly to perfection in artistic ..."

4. Arcana Coelestia: The Heavenly Arcana which are Contained in the Holy by Emanuel Swedenborg (1857)
"And thou shalt take the ram of fillings, and shalt boil his ... of fillings, and of the bread' until the morning, then thou shalt burn what is left with ..."

5. A Text-book of Operative Dentistry by Thomas Fillebrown (1889)
"When making permanent fillings it is better to use the rubber dam. ... For use as temporary fillings the cement may be mixed much thinner and used quickly, ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"... of various strengths, and also in keeping oysters on a bottom of iron or copper salts —including rusty iron, old copper and copper fillings—but in none ..."

7. Modern Dentistry by Joseph Head (1917)
"The wafer or sponge gold should be used until the amalgam has become chalk-like, then the two fillings can be carved to have a common contact point. ..."

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