Definition of Plashings

1. Noun. (plural of plashing) ¹



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Definition of Plashings

1. plashing [n] - See also: plashing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plashings

plaques
plaquet
plaquets
plaquette
plaquettes
plash
plashed
plasher
plashers
plashes
plashet
plashets
plashier
plashiest
plashing
plashings (current term)
plashoot
plashy
plasm
plasma
plasma-display
plasma-screen
plasma TV
plasma TVs
plasma acceleration
plasma accelerations
plasma accelerator
plasma accelerator globulin
plasma albumin
plasma cell

Literary usage of Plashings

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1. The Law of Landlord and Tenant: With All the Requisite Forms, Including the by John Frederick Archbold (1846)
"... trimmings of timber trees which have been heretofore usually lopped or trimmed, and the plashings of the quick hedges belonging to the said premises, ..."

2. Modern Precedents in Conveyancing: With Variations Adapting Them to by Charles Barton (1821)
"... and trimmings of timber trees which have been heretofore usually lopped or trimmed, and the plashings of the quick hedges belonging to the said premises ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1849)
"The phenomenon was doubtless attributable to the hot air generated in the crowded 'tween-decks. The cries and plashings that had startled Jonathan were soon ..."

4. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... with plashings, splashings, and crashings. "There are human lives," says Romain Rolland, "that are placid lakes; others are great, open skies wherein ..."

5. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"... hem and selvage may extend To where the roars and plashings of the flames Of earth-invisible suns swell noisily, And onwards into ghastly gulfs of sky, ..."

6. The Law of Landlord and Tenant: With All the Requisite Forms, Including the by John Frederick Archbold (1846)
"... trimmings of timber trees which have been heretofore usually lopped or trimmed, and the plashings of the quick hedges belonging to the said premises, ..."

7. Modern Precedents in Conveyancing: With Variations Adapting Them to by Charles Barton (1821)
"... and trimmings of timber trees which have been heretofore usually lopped or trimmed, and the plashings of the quick hedges belonging to the said premises ..."

8. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1849)
"The phenomenon was doubtless attributable to the hot air generated in the crowded 'tween-decks. The cries and plashings that had startled Jonathan were soon ..."

9. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... with plashings, splashings, and crashings. "There are human lives," says Romain Rolland, "that are placid lakes; others are great, open skies wherein ..."

10. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"... hem and selvage may extend To where the roars and plashings of the flames Of earth-invisible suns swell noisily, And onwards into ghastly gulfs of sky, ..."

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