Definition of Robings

1. robing [n] - See also: robing



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Robings

robelike
robemaker
robemakers
robemaking
robenidine
robert
robertsite
robes
robin
robin's-egg blue
robin's plantain
robin redbreast
robin redbreasts
robinet
robing
robings (current term)
robinia
robinias
robins
robinsonade
robinsonades
robinsonite
robiola
roble
roble beech
robles
robo-
robocall
robocalls
robofish

Literary usage of Robings

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1. American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and ...by William Nicholson by William Nicholson (1821)
"The robings now formed between the spars and the spindles are guided to that part of their respective spindles where they are to remain ; and the spindles ..."

2. Records of Littleton, Massachusetts by Joseph Alfred Harwood, Samuel Smith (1900)
"... of John and Hannah Robins born June 16th 1741 Daniel Robins son of John & Hannah Robins born January 19 1743 Perces robings Daughter of John & Hannah ..."

3. Costume of Colonial Times by Alice Morse Earle (1894)
"Round robins or robings were narrow ruffs about the collar or neck of the gown. I find them usually offered for sale with cuffs and frequently also with ..."

4. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"The portrait of Mrs. Daniel Horry had some exceedingly delicate robings made ... Some of these gowns with their fal-lals and robings show to me plainly the ..."

5. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"... or on either or both edges, and disposed in various waving, circling, or even regular parallel forms on the gown or polonaise, were called robings. ..."

6. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX. by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"... or on either or both edges, and disposed in various waving, circling, or even regular parallel forms on the gown or polonaise, were called robings. ..."

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