Definition of Racings

1. racing [n] - See also: racing



Lexicographical Neighbors of Racings

racing car
racing certainty
racing circuit
racing crab
racing gig
racing green
racing jack
racing jacks
racing shell
racing skate
racing skiff
racing start
racing thoughts
racing yacht
racingly
racings (current term)
racino
racinos
raciology
racism
racisms
racist
racistly
racists
rack
rack-mountable
rack-mounted
rack-renter
rack-renters
rack and pinion

Literary usage of Racings

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

1. The Library of Original Sources: Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in edited by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1915)
"They at whose racings the earth, like a hoary king, trembles for fear on their ... And these sons, the singers, stretched out the fences in their racings; ..."

2. The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, with Historical Surveys by Charles F Horne (1917)
"They at whose racings the earth, like a hoary king, trembles for fear on their ... And these sons, the singers, stretched out the fences in their racings; ..."

3. Rambles Overland: A Trip Across the Continent by Almon Gunnison (1883)
"Miles downward from the summit we must wind among the rocks with slow, painful effort; but when once in the forest, with mad, wild racings, we come down ..."

4. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1899)
"They at whose racings the earth, like a hoary king, trembles for fear on their ... And these sons, the singers, stretched out the fences in their racings; ..."

5. The Literary Panoramaby Charles Taylor by Charles Taylor (1810)
"boxings in the pit,—racings up the seals—, racings down the seals—Turn him out ! Bate Street ! Bout Street! ..."

6. The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys by Charles Francis Horne (1917)
"They at whose racings the earth, like a hoary king, trembles for fear on their ... And these sons, the singers, stretched out the fences in their racings; ..."

7. Sacred Books of the East: Comprising the Vedic Hymns, Zend-Avesta by Epiphanius Wilson (1900)
"At your approach the son of man holds himself down; the gnarled cloud fled at your fierce anger. They at whose racings the earth ..."

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