Definition of Lastings
1. lasting [n] - See also: lasting
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lastings
Literary usage of Lastings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wool and Manufactures of Wool by Bureau of Statistics, Dept. of the Treasury, William Franklin Switzler, United States (1887)
"lastings, imitation, and Orleans, 34 inches wide 05 per chang. ... Woolen and cotton mixtures ач imitations, camlet imitation, lastings, Orleans (plain and ..."
2. Report of the Mission to China of the Blackburn Chamber of Commerce, 1896-7 by Frederick Samuel Augustus Bourne (1898)
"... and Anshun Fu they amount to, taking a tael as being worth 3s. 2d., 6.o8d. on shirtings, 4s. 3d . on figured lastings and black Italians, and over 4s. ..."
3. First Report (1839)
"The effect is that no lastings are now made in Norwich. ... I was threatened to be shot in the streets for giving out the lastings at the price which we ..."
4. Treaties and Conventions with Or Concerning China and Korea, 1894-1904 by William Woodville Rockhill (1904)
"Dyed cottons— (a) Dyed plain cottons, i, c., without woven or embossed figures (including plain Italians, lastings, reps, and ribs, and all other dyed plain ..."