Definition of Imprintings
1. imprinting [n] - See also: imprinting
Lexicographical Neighbors of Imprintings
Literary usage of Imprintings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1900)
"When, however, the number of preparatory imprintings had run up to 57 or 64, ... The number of imprintings necessary to memorize the syllables was as great ..."
2. American Anthropologist by American Anthropological Association, American Ethnological Society (1892)
"Some of these effects closely resemble the imprintings of coarse fabrics, and it is not always easy to distinguish them from the indentations of reticulated ..."
3. The History of the Literature of Wales, from the Year 1300 to the Year 1650 by Charles Wilkins (1884)
"... imprintings on the British mind which have since become indelible, and are heirlooms of the nation's moral nature. One of the principal writers of ..."
4. The Organ: Writings and Other Utterances on Its Structure, History, Procural by John Watson Warman (1898)
"Besides imprintings of the original Latin, the Treatise by Vitruvius, or Derivations from and Portions thereof, now exist, through the medium of Translation ..."
5. Thebes: Its Tombs and Their Tenants, Ancient and Present, Including a Record by Alexander Henry Rhind (1862)
"... details bearing upon the capital of that country should be found in muniments of the public character, which distinguishes the cuneiform imprintings on ..."