Definition of Filliping
1. fillip [v] - See also: fillip
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Filliping
Literary usage of Filliping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Trial of Sir John Falstaff: Wherein the Fat Knight is Permitted to by Asa Maxon Fritz Randolph (1893)
"filliping with a Three-Man Beetle.—Sir John Sees a White Pigeon, a Herald of Death.—Charon and the Styx.—Some Sack, Francis.—Charges that Peto Forged the ..."
2. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by James Thomas Molesworth, Baba Padmanji (1863)
"The sound of the Imit. of the sound of filliping. ». с. To fillip. A fillip. ». TR. 2 A snap with the thumb and finder, г . чтя?. 3 A distended belly, v. ..."
3. A Glossary to the Works of William Shakespeare by Alexander Dyce (1902)
"This is called filliping the Toad.—A three-man beetle is an implement used for driving piles; it is made of a log of wood, about eighteen or twenty inches ..."
4. A Treatise on the theory and practice of medicine by John Syer Bristowe (1879)
"... the knuckles, or the tips of two or three fingers brought together into the form of a hammer, or by simply filliping with the nail of the forefinger; ..."