Definition of Pedalling

1. Verb. (British) (present participle of pedal) ¹



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Definition of Pedalling

1. pedal [v] - See also: pedal

Pedalling Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pedalling

pedaled
pedaler
pedalers
pedalfer
pedalfers
pedalian
pedalier
pedaliers
pedaling
pedaliter
pedalities
pedality
pedalled
pedaller
pedallers
pedalling (current term)
pedalo
pedaloes
pedalos
pedals
pedanda
pedaneous
pedant
pedantic
pedantical
pedantically
pedanticism
pedantick
pedanticly
pedanties

Literary usage of Pedalling

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

1. Relaxation Studies in the Muscular Discriminations Required for Touch by Tobias Matthay (1908)
"PREAMBLE: While "pedalling" does not properly come under the heading of ... Indeed, it is quite impossible to exaggerate the importance of good "pedalling" ..."

2. The Art of the Player-piano: A Text-book for Student and Teacher by Sydney Grew (1922)
"But the principles affect only one-half the matter of pedalling ; and though they are in themselves absolute, the other half of the matter, being free, ..."

3. Musical Interpretation, Its Laws and Principles, and Their Application in by Tobias Matthay (1913)
"SECTION V pedalling AND THE ... It is indeed no exaggeration to say that most of the Most pedal- pedalling one hears, even from advanced players (aye, ..."

4. Cycling by William Coutts Keppel Albemarle, George Lacy Hillier (1887)
"The relief will be instantly perceptible, but it is at first very difficult without great watchfulness to avoid undue rapidity in pedalling ; the work ..."

5. What is Good Music?: Suggestions to Persons Desiring to Cultivate a Taste in by William James Henderson (1898)
"Touch and pedalling. Rhythm and phrasing. fingers is masterful. His employment of the different positions of fingers, wrists, and forearms is always correct ..."

6. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1895)
"Smooth pedalling, with continuous pressure, will change all that. Backlash should never be permitted, as it is evidence of a slovenly, wasteful style, ..."

7. Bicycles & Tricycles: An Elementary Treatise on Their Design and by Archibald Sharp (1896)
"Speed of Knee-joint when pedalling a Crank.—In pedalling a crank-driven cycle, the motion of the leg from the hip A, \*° A'OI FIG. ..."

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