Definition of Scabbarding
1. scabbard [v] - See also: scabbard
Lexicographical Neighbors of Scabbarding
scabbarding (current term)
Literary usage of Scabbarding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Contributions to Literature: Descriptive, Critical, Humorous, Biographical by Samuel Gilman (1856)
"... nobody knows where; if a debtor, he has a marvellous acquaintance with short corners and dark alleys ; if a printer, he is adroit at scabbarding; ..."
2. Hosea Ballou: A Marvellous Life-story by Oscar Fitzalan Safford (1888)
"How can they hope to escape in the " Great Day " ? No truce yet for our soldier of the cross; no day yet for scabbarding his sword of the Spirit. ..."
3. The Death of Falstaff and Other Poems by Lycurgus Bruce Moore (1897)
"For when was valour heir to recompense More than was thine, for scabbarding hot steel In Percy's thigh ? Why, there rebellion else Had still lived on, ..."
4. The American Speaker: Being a Collection of Pieces in Prose, Poetry, and by Charles Northend (1856)
"... nobody knows where; if a debtor, he has a marvellous acquaintance with short'corners and dark alleys; if a printer, he is adroit at scabbarding; ..."