Definition of Hatcheling
1. hatchel [v] - See also: hatchel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hatcheling
Literary usage of Hatcheling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Household Manufactures in the United States, 1640-1860: A Study in by Rolla Milton Tryon (1917)
"2 hatcheling took out the short and broken portions, called tow, which was used for making the coarser cloth, wrapping- twine, and ropes. ..."
2. Memories of the Old Homestead by Henry Harrison Lyman (1900)
"Coarse hatcheling was the next process, which was drawing a handful of the fiber between ... The result of the first hatcheling was to comb out the coarse, ..."
3. A Danish-English Dictionary by James Stephen Ferrall, Þorleifur Guðmundsson Repp (1845)
"... master (overseer) of a hatcheling concern. — фед(еп, СП. hatcheling ; culling up. ..."
4. Household Manufactures in the United States, 1640-1860 . .. by Rolla Milton Tyron (1917)
"I hatcheling took out the short and broken portions, called tow, which was used for making the coarser cloth, wrapping- twine, and ropes. ..."
5. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1857)
"... manufacture of flax; breaking, hatcheling, spinning, winding, weaving, &c.; milling, baking, cooking; domestic labor; education as musicians, soldiers, ..."
6. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1897)
"The whole expense, including hatcheling, spinning, cleaning the thread and weaving 90 yds. sheeting at 12|c. and making, $42.28£." This record is of value, ..."
7. History of Manufactures in the United States by Victor Selden Clark (1916)
"Hemp and flax were broken and the fiber prepared for hatcheling or carding by manual operations, requiring machinery little more complicated than the flail ..."