Definition of Shelfing

1. shelf [v] - See also: shelf



Lexicographical Neighbors of Shelfing

shelf
shelf-talker
shelf bracket
shelf cloud
shelf clouds
shelf fungus
shelf ice
shelf life
shelf lives
shelfed
shelfful
shelffuls
shelfier
shelfiest
shelfing (current term)
shelflife
shelflike
shelflives
shelfmark
shelfmarks
shelfs
shelfward
shelfware
shelfwares
shelfy
shell
shell-flower
shell-lac
shell-lacs

Literary usage of Shelfing

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

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1872)
"All the small coasting-craft were laid up4 as if they were china for shelfing. immediately affer that gale of wind, which (but for me) must have capsized us ..."

2. A Manual of Photographic Manipulation: Treating of the Practice of the Art by Lake Price (1858)
"shelfing. 2. Sink for washing negatives, with gas, and water laid on. 3. Cupboard for chemicals. 6. Air-shaft. 7. Rack for trays. 4. Arnott's ventilator. 8. ..."

3. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1881)
"The third season's growth was now beginning, and the sight was very pretty to a gardening mind. For a nook of cliff, perpendicular above, and shelfing ..."

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