Definition of Sandings

1. Noun. (plural of sanding) ¹



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Definition of Sandings

1. sanding [n] - See also: sanding

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandings

sandhills
sandhis
sandhoff disease
sandhog
sandhogs
sandhopper
sandhoppers
sandier
sandiest
sandifer syndrome
sandily
sandiness
sandinesses
sanding
sanding sheet
sandings (current term)
sandish
sandiver
sandivers
sandix
sandlapper
sandlappers
sandless
sandlike
sandling
sandlings
sandlot
sandlots
sandlotter
sandlotters

Literary usage of Sandings

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1. New Voyages to North-America by Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce Lahontan, Victor Hugo Paltsits (1905)
"The Lake Dabs or sandings are not above a Foot long, but they are very thick all over. They are call'd Barbues in French, ..."

2. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1828)
"Oh, the scourings, the cleanings, the sandings, the dustings, the scoldings of that disastrous week ! The lame ostler and the red-haired palish girl were ..."

3. The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries by Edward J. Wood (1869)
"... Chainings, sandings, Huntings, and Tith- ings. The Biddings were probably of British origin, and were conducted as follows : When a young couple had ..."

4. The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse by Mary Russell Mitford (1841)
"Oh, the scourings, the cleanings, the sandings, the dustings, the moldings of that disastrous week ! The lame ostler and the redhaired parish girl were ..."

5. Things Seen: Impressions of Men, Cities, and Books by George Warrington Steevens (1900)
"The most explosive trial of the century is packed in impenetrable sandings of apathy. All of which things, you would naturally suppose, make a parable. ..."

6. New Voyages to North-America by Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce Lahontan, Victor Hugo Paltsits (1905)
"The Lake Dabs or sandings are not above a Foot long, but they are very thick all over. They are call'd Barbues in French, ..."

7. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1828)
"Oh, the scourings, the cleanings, the sandings, the dustings, the scoldings of that disastrous week ! The lame ostler and the red-haired palish girl were ..."

8. The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries by Edward J. Wood (1869)
"... Chainings, sandings, Huntings, and Tith- ings. The Biddings were probably of British origin, and were conducted as follows : When a young couple had ..."

9. The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse by Mary Russell Mitford (1841)
"Oh, the scourings, the cleanings, the sandings, the dustings, the moldings of that disastrous week ! The lame ostler and the redhaired parish girl were ..."

10. Things Seen: Impressions of Men, Cities, and Books by George Warrington Steevens (1900)
"The most explosive trial of the century is packed in impenetrable sandings of apathy. All of which things, you would naturally suppose, make a parable. ..."

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