Definition of Shellings

1. Noun. (plural of shelling) ¹



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Definition of Shellings

1. shelling [n] - See also: shelling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shellings

shellfire
shellfires
shellfish
shellfisheries
shellfisherman
shellfishermen
shellfishery
shellfishes
shellflower
shellful
shellfuls
shellier
shelliest
shelliness
shelling
shellings (current term)
shellless
shelllike
shellpad
shellproof
shells
shellshock
shellshocked
shellsuit
shellsuited
shellsuits
shellwork
shellworks
shelly
shelta

Literary usage of Shellings

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1. Le Glaneur Francais, Number One: For the Use of Universities, Colleges by H L V Ducoudray Holstein (1833)
"... de sa mère sans un sol et monté sur un misérable petit cheval qui ne valait pas vingt shellings, auquel il avait donné le sobriquet de Fiddle- Back. ..."

2. Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy by Thomas Cooper (1826)
"If thirty five shellings at Hamburgh will purchase there one hundred and thirteen grains of pure gold, and the pound sterling, is calculated by consent in ..."

3. Notes on North America, Agricultural, Economical, and Social by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1851)
"The shellings or outer husk of this grain are sent down the stream by the millers, as the oat-shellings used to be by the millers of North Britain. ..."

4. Notes on North America, Agricultural, Economical, and Social by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1851)
"The shellings or outer husk of this grain are sent down the stream by the millers, as the oat-shellings used to be by the millers of North Britain. ..."

5. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute, Australian Insurance Institute (1906)
"Bladder lard is packed in oat shellings in casks. Packing. Sometimes the shellings are hand-screened in the curing factory. Straw is otherwise used. ..."

6. Practical Remarks on the Present State of Fire Insurance Business: The Evils by Frederick G. Smith (1832)
"3 and 4, if heated by the burning of oat shellings on kiln fire, uninsurable. Grain on any kiln uninsurable. Note.—The above rates I of course mean as ..."

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