Definition of Floatage

1. n. Same as Flotage.



Definition of Floatage

1. Noun. (alternative form of flotage) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Floatage

1. flotage [n -S] - See also: flotage

Lexicographical Neighbors of Floatage

fliver
flivver
flivvers
flix
flixed
flixes
flixing
flixweed
flixweeds
float
float-zone silicon
float around
float someone's boat
floatable
floatage (current term)
floatages
floatant
floatants
floatation
floatations
floated
floatel
floatels
floater
floaters
floatier
floaties
floatiest
floatiness

Literary usage of Floatage

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

1. Rustic Life in France by André Claude Adhemar André Theuriet (1896)
"THE floatage OF WOOD. INDEPENDENTLY of the methods already described, there exists still another mode of transportation peculiar to felled wood, — that is, ..."

2. Negligence of Imposed Duties, Personal by Charles Andrew Ray (1891)
"floatage of Logs.—Negligence. a. Boom Companies.—Duties and Liabilities. b. Compensation for Driving Log.*. c. Intermingling and Confusion of Logs. •Sec. ..."

3. Aerial Navigation by Charles Blachford Mansfield (1877)
"CHAPTER X. THE AIR-CHAFT THE QUESTION OF floatage. HAVING now determined that we must charge our vessel with the most buoyant gas we can get, ..."

4. The Freight Traffic Red Book by Traffic Publishing Co (1922)
"Freight must not be contracted for including floatage delivery. Arrangements for floatage delivery must be made with the railroad after the arrival of the ..."

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