Definition of Poshing
1. posh [v] - See also: posh
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Literary usage of Poshing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: Practical Guide for Electricians by American School of Correspondence (1905)
"0"7. it is evident that the common junction of the two coils a and e is a point /«»ira/rf« which the electromotive force in one coil is poshing, and j'nn» ..."
2. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant by Ulysses Simpson Grant (1886)
"... 1865, General Canby was moving an adequate force against Mobile and the army defending it under General Dick Taylor ; Thomas was poshing out two large ..."
3. Journal by Iron and Steel Institute (1901)
"... of steel are mills for making tin-plate bars, and to-day they are poshing their tin-plate bars in thousand ton lots right into your tin-plate districts. ..."