Definition of Floorings
1. Noun. (plural of flooring) ¹
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Definition of Floorings
1. flooring [n] - See also: flooring
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Literary usage of Floorings
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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"At a point 130 feet from the beginning of the wall, exploration has brought to light the remains of a gate with three superimposed floorings of successive ..."
2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1860)
"... peated at intervals all through the side having been overthrown, carry- night, everybody slept in the open ing with it all the floorings and roof. air. ..."
3. Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Agricultural Discoveries (1810)
"Mr. RALPH DODD'S Patent for improved Bridge floorings or Plat* forms, and fire-proof floorings and Roofings, for extensive Dwelling-house!, Warehouses, ..."
4. The Useful Metals and Their Alloys, Including Mining Ventilation, Mining by John Scoffern (1869)
"The floorings are supported upon beams extending from one side of the vessel to the other, and attached at either end to the ribs or side Fig. 97. frames. ..."
5. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1809)
"... for improved Bridge floorings or Platforms, andf.re-proof floorings and Roofings, for extensive dwelling Houses, Warehouses, and Mills. ..."
6. The A B C Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code, Specially Adapted by William Clauson-Thue, American Code Company (1901)
"... to - , about - standards deals, battens and/or boards at - » loading at not more than three places, to - , about - standards floorings at ..."
7. Iron Ship-building by John Grantham (1868)
"FRAMES AND floorings. The frames of an iron ship are those portions which correspond to what are aptly termed the ribs of a ..."
8. Papers Relating to the Orissa Coast Canal by India Public Works Dept (1885)
"The entrance channels between the rivers and locks, 150 feet in length, are provided with dwarf walls and floorings, which will much facilitate the keeping ..."