Definition of Lemoning
1. lemon [v] - See also: lemon
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemoning
Literary usage of Lemoning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Greece by Ernst Curtius, William Alfred Packard (1876)
"... ether artists their proper place, and stood in the midst of them as their ruler and leader, without lemoning their fame or detracting from their zeal. ..."
2. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips (1799)
"... fortune to find that no errors in lemoning were detected, except t»vo or three errata of the prefs, and numerous others in my errata pages ; add to this ..."
3. The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns by Thomas Chalmers (1826)
"... and no, on the one hand, tlmt the buyers can promote their interest of lemoning its |>rice, by lessoning their demand; and that the eel lera can promote ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1861)
"... from a growing lack of bread Among the means proposed for lemoning the evil, was Whitbread's Bill for fixing a minimum to th£ wages of farm-labourers. ..."
5. Therapeutics by Horatio Charles Wood (1892)
"... of lemoning the activity of the spinal cord. They have, except in this particular, but little in common in their action, and must be studied ..."