Definition of Knurlings

1. knurling [n] - See also: knurling



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knurlings

knuckles down
knucklier
knuckliest
knuckling
knuckling down
knuckly
knucks
knuff
knuffs
knur
knurl
knurled
knurlier
knurliest
knurling
knurlings (current term)
knurls
knurly
knurr
knurrs
knurry
knurs
knut
knuts
knutson-vandenberg act
knyfe
knyght
knyghts
koa
koaita

Literary usage of Knurlings

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1. The Reign of Rubber by William Chauncey Geer (1922)
"... cord under the ball of the foot and at the heel; there are special ones with knurlings or corrugations on the soles, although these are not widely used. ..."

2. Handbook of the 5-inch Siege Gun Battery with Instructions for Its Care by United States Army. Ordnance Dept (1917)
"... and after the band is shrunk in place and the base and case assembled the band is passed through a die to force the copper into the knurlings. ..."

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