Definition of Mendings
1. mending [n] - See also: mending
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mendings
Literary usage of Mendings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Records of the Borough of Nottingham: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Nottingham (England) (1883)
"It is therefore considered, that the aforesaid men of the town and Wapentakes aforesaid be distrained to make the repairs and mendings aforesaid according ..."
2. Professional Denture Service by George Wood Clapp, Russell Wilford Tench (1918)
"All other forms have been made by mendings of these three. There are thousands of such mendings, each with its individual characteristics, but if only the ..."
3. The Classical Journal (1812)
"The true translation of this passage shows that .we have no occasion for such mendings as are proposed by these gentlemen : the literal translation is, ..."
4. On Blendings of Synonymous Or Cognate Expressions in English: A Contribution by Gustaf Adolf Bergström (1906)
"... one would naturally presuppose a frequent occurrence of prepositional mendings in English *). Here I cannot possibly attempt to give any complete list. ..."