Definition of Sandlings

1. sandling [n] - See also: sandling



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandlings

sandily
sandiness
sandinesses
sanding
sanding sheet
sandings
sandish
sandiver
sandivers
sandix
sandlapper
sandlappers
sandless
sandlike
sandling
sandlings (current term)
sandlot
sandlots
sandlotter
sandlotters
sandman
sandmen
sandnecker
sandpainting
sandpaintings
sandpaper
sandpaper disks
sandpaper gallbladder

Literary usage of Sandlings

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

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford. ..."

2. A Topographical Dictionary of England: Comprising the Several Counties by Samuel Lewis (1831)
"The culture of carrots in the sandlings is of very ancient practice, great quantities having been formerly sent from that district by sea to the London ..."

3. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford.' Suff.—u. 123. ..."

4. Old Country and Farming Words: Gleaned from Agricultural Books by James Britten (1880)
"367. Salving. An operation to prevent ticks and scab. ' They rub tar and butter in sheep at Lancashire, which they call salving.'— xvii. 42. sandlings. ..."

5. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford.' Su/.—ii. 123. ..."

6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford. ..."

7. A Topographical Dictionary of England: Comprising the Several Counties by Samuel Lewis (1831)
"The culture of carrots in the sandlings is of very ancient practice, great quantities having been formerly sent from that district by sea to the London ..."

8. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford.' Suff.—u. 123. ..."

9. Old Country and Farming Words: Gleaned from Agricultural Books by James Britten (1880)
"367. Salving. An operation to prevent ticks and scab. ' They rub tar and butter in sheep at Lancashire, which they call salving.'— xvii. 42. sandlings. ..."

10. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
"The sandlings .... that is the triangle of country formed by the three points of Woodbridge, Bawdsey Cliff, and Orford.' Su/.—ii. 123. ..."

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