Definition of Ringings

1. Noun. (plural of ringing) ¹



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Definition of Ringings

1. ringing [n] - See also: ringing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ringings

ringfort
ringforts
ringgit
ringgits
ringglestone
ringhals
ringhalses
ringhead
ringheads
ringhole
ringing
ringing engine
ringing engines
ringing in
ringingly
ringings (current term)
ringleader
ringleaders
ringleading
ringless
ringlestone
ringlestones
ringlet
ringleted
ringlets
ringletted
ringlike
ringmail
ringman

Literary usage of Ringings

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1. Southern History of the War by Edward Alfred Pollard (1866)
"Bell-ringings, hymns; and dancing in the streets of New York.—A grand illumination in Washington.—Yankee mottoes.—A memorable speech. ..."

2. On Intelligence by Hippolyte Adolphe Taine, T. D. Haye (1889)
"When the bell tolls it sets in motion the ringings, and when the tolling is over the ringings continue, grow weaker, and are obliterated, but are capable of ..."

3. The History of the Supernatural in All Ages and Nations: And in All Churches by William Howitt (1863)
"To make a short story, these ringings continued, all the time mentioned, ... He "was informed of ringings and other strange occurrences at ao DO ..."

4. The History of the Supernatural in All Ages and Nations: And in All Churches by William Howitt (1863)
"To make a short story, these ringings continued, all the time mentioned, ... His letter, however, brought in a number of accounts of similar ringings and ..."

5. Hand-book of Medical and Orthopedic Gymnastics by Anders Gustaf Wide (1909)
"68) and, with the upper part of his body, perform quick bendings or ringings from one side to the other, so that a strong side-flexion arises, followed by a ..."

6. Hand-book of Medical and Orthopedic Gymnastics by Anders Gustaf Wide (1902)
"68) and, with the upper part of his body, perform quick bendings or ringings from one side to the other, so that a strong side-flexion arises, followed by a ..."

7. Celebration Legal Essays: To Mark the Twenty-fifth Year of Service of John H by John Henry Wigmore (1919)
"We have to distinguish between civil bell ringings—"sonneries civiles"—and religious bell ringings— "sonneries religieuses." The principle is that, ..."

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