Definition of Loanings

1. Noun. (plural of loaning) ¹



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Definition of Loanings

1. loaning [n] - See also: loaning

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loanings

loan translation
loan translations
loan word
loanability
loanable
loanback
loanbacks
loanblend
loaned
loanee
loanees
loaner
loaners
loanin
loaning
loanings (current term)
loanins
loanland
loanlands
loanmonger
loanmongers
loans
loanshark
loansharked
loansharking
loansharks
loanshift
loanshifts
loanword
loanwords

Literary usage of Loanings

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1. Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, and House of Lords by Scotland Court of Session, Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Scotland Parliament. House of Lords (1892)
"These loanings, which are of very irregular breadth, have been for many years ... Excepting that portion of the loanings pave- mented or ..."

2. Charters & Other Documents Relating to the Royal Burgh of Stirling.: A.D by Stirling, Scotland (1884)
"Moreover, we give, grant and dispone, to them and their successors, the right, privilege and liberty of all ways, places, loanings and passages leading from ..."

3. A Mainsail Haul by John Masefield (1913)
"The pigs used to eat them in the loanings. And their mouths would be all green where they'd eaten grass from want of food. If you'd seen the houses there ..."

4. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1872)
"They are to run the risk in their loans of all the loanings of $90000, and getting it out and in, and cannot make five per cent., if nil works smoothly and ..."

5. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1824)
"There are servitudes by the usage of Scotland analogous to these ; of a foot-road, an horse-road, a cart or coach road, and ways or loanings by which cattle ..."

6. The Rural Life of England by William Howitt (1838)
"Hast thou not noted on the by-way side, Where England's loanings stretch unsoiled and wide, Or by the brook that through the valley pours, ..."

7. Letters of Thomas Carlyle to His Youngest Sister by Thomas Carlyle (1899)
"The place Troston is a quiet, sleek, green place, so intersected with green, wide knes (loanings) ..."

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