Definition of Mantlings

1. Noun. (plural of mantling) ¹



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Definition of Mantlings

1. mantling [n] - See also: mantling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mantlings

mantle plume
mantle sclerosis
mantle zone
mantled
mantled ground squirrel
mantled guereza
mantled guerezas
mantlepiece
mantlepieces
mantles
mantlet
mantletree
mantletrees
mantlets
mantling
mantlings (current term)
manto
mantoes
mantologist
mantologists
mantology
mantos
mantou
mantra
mantralike
mantram
mantrams
mantrap
mantraps
mantras

Literary usage of Mantlings

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1. Heraldry for Craftsmen & Designers by William Henry St. John Hope (1913)
"mantlings Origin of mantlings; Simple early forms; Colours of mantlings; Medieval usage as to Colours of ..."

2. Descriptive Catalogue of Impressions from Ancient Scotish Seals, Royal by Henry Laing (1850)
"Crest on a helmet with mantlings, a pheon. The inscription is on a scroll surrounding the design, and flowing down each side. ..."

3. Practical Heraldry: Or, an Epitome of English Armory, Showing how and by by Charles Worthy (1889)
"CRESTS, HELMETS, mantlings, AND OTHEE EXTERIOR ORNAMENTS OF THE SHIELD. Origin of Crests—Pan Crests—Crest of Edward III. ..."

4. Descriptive Catalogue of Impressions from Ancient Scottish Seals: Royal by Henry Laing (1850)
"Crest on a helmet with mantlings, a pheon. The inscription is on a scroll surrounding the design, and flowing down each side. ..."

5. A Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign: With English and French Glossaries by John Woodward (1896)
"Arm.) On the seals of Sir JOHN BUSSY in 1391 and 1407 the mantlings are barry, ... Some recent examples of mantlings constructed on the old lines, but, ..."

6. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...by Thomas Robson by Thomas Robson (1830)
"If the coat is lila- zoned, ermine, a fesse sa. the mantlings ought to be ... mantlings, or Lambrequins, [from the French, lambeaux] were, originally, ..."

7. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery: Lent for by Augustus Wollaston Franks (1878)
"Bill? mantlings and crest, two snakes embowed ; motto, sis RELIX uis ; border of ... Eoss ; helmet mantlings and crest, a hand supporting a royal crown, ..."

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