Definition of Nockets
1. nocket [n] - See also: nocket
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nockets
Literary usage of Nockets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Precedents in Pleading: With Copious Notes on Pleading, Practice and Evidence by Joseph Chitty, Henry Pearson (1847)
"... accepted them under the bill of lading, and not to effect a sale by virtue of the writ ; Lucas v. nockets, 4 Bing. 729 ; affirmed in error, 10 B. &C. ..."
2. Two on Their Travels by Ethel Maud Cookson Colquhoun (1902)
"... his nockets were found to be stuffed with rings, jewels, necklaces, and other valuables. Iloilo is a wreck. Everywhere stand the gutted walls of houses, ..."
3. The Hahnemannian Monthly (1890)
"Very painful sensation as if the eyes were turning round and round in their nockets. Crocus 2x every hour until better, then four times daily, ..."
4. American Industrial Conditions and Competition: Reports of the Commissioners by British Iron Trade Association, James Stephen Jeans (1902)
"Means have, therefore, been devised at the more modern plants to transfer the materials from the nockets into the skip of the hoist by means of mechanical ..."