Definition of Shallow fording
1. Noun. Fording at a shallow place.
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Literary usage of Shallow fording
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1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"See also flotation; shallow fording. deep fording capability—(DOD, NATO) The characteristic of ... See also shallow fording capability. deep minefield—(DOD, ..."
2. The Birds of America by John James] [Audubon (1843)
"One day, while approaching the shallow fording-place of Canoe creek, near Henderson, in Kentucky, I observed five Whistlers fishing and swimming about. ..."
3. The Practical Book of Garden Architecture by Phebe Westcott Humphreys (1914)
"Let them range from big bowlders to little stepping stones across shallow fording places. Have their bare, rough surfaces partially screened with dainty bog ..."
4. History of Morgan's Cavalry by Basil Wilson Duke (1867)
"The howitzers were sent across the river first (fortunately it was shallow fording at that season), and the regiment immediately followed. ..."
5. The Viking Age: The Early History, Manners, and Customs of the Ancestors of by Paul Belloni Du Chaillu (1890)
"The space between them grew less, but inside the island there was a somewhat shallow fording-sound between it and another island, and the tide was ebbing. ..."
6. Tent Life in Tigerland: With which is Incorporated Sport and Work on the by James Inglis (1892)
"... but there were many alligators in its sullen recesses, and there was only one or two devious shallow fording-places, where a space was kept clear of ..."