Definition of Frillings
1. frilling [n] - See also: frilling
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Literary usage of Frillings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain. Privy Council, Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature (1902)
"... directly or indirectly, carry on or be concerned in the business of manufacturers of ribbons, frillings, tapes, or other textile goods, or permit his ..."
2. The Law of Unfair Business Competition: Including Chapters on Trade Secrets by Harry Dwight Nims (1909)
"They were in business in the same town; they manufactured the same articles, viz., woven names and frillings. The problem in the case was whether it was ..."
3. The Law of Unfair Competition and Trademarks: With Chapters on Good-will by Harry Dwight Nims (1917)
"They were in business in the same town; they manufactured the same articles, viz., woven names and frillings. The problem in the case was, whether it was ..."
4. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1910)
"In 1895 the firm of J. and J. Cash of Coventry, manufacturers of frillings known as Cash's fallings, was converted into a limited company. ..."
5. Reports of Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Cases by Great Britain Patent Office (1901)
"To sell " Cash's " frillings " is to represent that they are the goods of the Plaintiffs, and that he is not entitled to do. I grant an injunction on these ..."