Definition of Notchings

1. notching [n] - See also: notching



Lexicographical Neighbors of Notchings

notchback
notchbacks
notchboard
notchboards
notched
notchel
notchels
notcher
notchers
notches
notches in cartilage of external acoustic meatus
notchier
notchiest
notching
notchings (current term)
notchweeds
notchy
note
note blindness
note book
note down
note of hand
note pad
note payable
note receivable
note to self
note value
note values

Literary usage of Notchings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1864)
"Not unconnected with chamfers are the notchings now so frequently seen in new buildings. notchings in a huge spire may do duty for dogtooth; but that is no ..."

2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1909)
"There is difficulty, however, in using such a connection, for the carpenters on the job frequently miscut their beams, so that the notchings or borings at b ..."

3. Art Applied to Industry: A Series of Lectures by William Burges (1865)
"Not unconnected with chamfers are the notchings now so frequently seen in new buildings. notchings in a huge spire may do duty for dogtooth; but that is no ..."

4. Quantity Surveying, for the Use of Surveyors, Architects, Engineers and Builders by John Leaning (1897)
"Girth of notchings, size of sinkings, and perforations. CARPENTER.—Size of cesspools. JOINER. ... Girth of notchings, lengths of balusters. PLUMBER. ..."

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