Definition of Quoiting

1. quoit [v] - See also: quoit



Lexicographical Neighbors of Quoiting

quoifing
quoifs
quoil
quoils
quoin
quoined
quoining
quoinings
quoins
quoist
quoists
quoit
quoited
quoiter
quoiters
quoiting (current term)
quoits
quoke
quokka
quokkas
quoll
quolls
quomodo
quomodos
quondam
quondam(a)
quonk
quonked
quonking
quonks

Literary usage of Quoiting

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

1. Closeburn (Dumfriesshire): Reminiscent, Historic and Traditional by Robert M. F. Watson (1901)
"NOT in curling alone, of manly sports, did the inhabitants of Closeburn excel, but in quoiting as well. This used to be a favourite pastime in summer ..."

2. Cassell's Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a Complete ...Great Britain (1900)
"Port Erin are the Giant's quoiting Stones (q. P. St. M. is a favourite resort, and a COM centre to explore the southern part of the ¡slanci. ..."

3. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1885)
"In the latter, quoiting—in reduced circumstances, it is true, but still quoiting—is the order of the evening; the quoits are old horseshoes, ..."

4. The Township of Scarboro 1796-1896 by David Boyle (1896)
"The first member of the new club to win the medal was John Holmes, jun., who also won a cup in a quoiting match. Messrs. A. Muir, E. Jacques and B. Thomson ..."

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