Definition of Kingle

1. a very hard rock [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kingle

kinged
kingella
kingella kingae
kingfish
kingfisher
kingfisher daisy
kingfisherlike
kingfishers
kingfishes
kinghood
kinghoods
kinging
kingite
kingklip
kingklips
kingle (current term)
kingles
kingless
kinglet
kinglets
kinglier
kingliest
kinglihood
kinglike
kingliness
kinglinesses
kingling
kinglings
kingly
kingmaker

Literary usage of Kingle

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

1. The Mining Engineer (1908)
"In this chisel-bore- were three kingle stones, 12 feet in all, which alone took 46 days to bore ... It took fifty chisels to cut 2 feet of one kingle-bed. ..."

2. Heroes and Heroines of Fiction, Classical MediƦval, Legendary: Classical by William Shepard Walsh (1915)
"Eventually the name (now corrupted into Criss kingle) and the functions of the child-god were transferred to the more robust shoulders of St. Nicholas or ..."

3. Richard H. Thomas, M. D.: Life and Letters by Anna Braithwaite Thomas (1905)
"(HMT) (Henrietta calls herself " Miss Kris kingle," and takes great pleasure ... Note by ABT) Little Miss Kris kingle, who can there be So secret and busy ..."

4. The Economic Geology of the Central Coal-field of Scotland, Area VIII. Fast by Robert George Carruthers, Charles Hawber Dinham (1917)
"Attention should be particularly drawn to the limy kingle and the worm-cast bed, ... It is probable that the kingle and the overlying Lingula and ..."

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