Definition of Pishing
1. pish [v] - See also: pish
Lexicographical Neighbors of Pishing
pishing (current term)
Literary usage of Pishing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Salmon Fisheries of the St. Lawrence and Its Tributaries by Richard Nettle (1857)
"TROUT pishing. Several of the Subscribers to this little work having expressed a desire that I would devote a short space to the subject of Trout fishing, ..."
2. Passages in the Life of a Soldier: Or, Military Service in the East and West by James Edward Alexander (1857)
"... new Ship Canal—Indians pishing—A Canoe Voyage—Remarkable objects on Lake Superior—The five great Lakes—Mines— Shoot the Rapid of "The Soo"—The ..."
3. The Angler's Guide: The Most Complete and Practical Ever Written. Containing by James Martin, Congregational minister James Martin (1854)
"PERCH pishing—GENERAL INSTRUCTION—SONG, THE PERCH, AND HIS FATE. PERCH are fished for in two ways and two only, either with worms, or live bait. ..."