Definition of Spinneries

1. spinnery [n] - See also: spinnery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spinneries

spinmasters
spinmeister
spinmeisters
spinnability
spinnable
spinnaker
spinnakers
spinner dolphin
spinner dolphins
spinneret
spinnerets
spinnerette
spinnerettes
spinneries (current term)
spinners
spinnerule
spinnerules
spinnery
spinnet
spinnets
spinney
spinneys
spinnier
spinnies
spinniest
spinning
spinning disk nebuliser
spinning frame

Literary usage of Spinneries

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

1. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1858)
"The cocoons are converted into raw silk at the spinneries. The number of spinneries in Lombardy, in 1840, was 3068, with 34627 caldrons, besides smaller ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1858)
"The cocoons are converted into raw silk at the spinneries. The number of spinneries in Lombardy, in 1840, was 3068, with 34627 caldrons, besides smaller ..."

3. Bobbins of Belgium: A Book of Belgian Lace, Lace-workers, Lace-schools and by Charlotte Kellogg (1920)
"The English and Irish spinneries lead the world; they produce most of its lace thread. One of them; the Coates. firm of Paisley, has established in Belgium ..."

4. Textiles for Commercial, Industrial, and Domestic Arts Schools: Also Adapted by William Henry Dooley (1914)
"Tops are sold to worsted spinneries.1 Many mills or worsted spinneries send their wools, either sorted or unsorted as they may desire, to a combing mill, ..."

5. The Industries of Russia by Russia Ministerstvo finansov, John Martin Crawford, World's Columbian Exposition (1893)
"During the last ten years combing spinneries have been founded in quick succession. and woollen spinners, after considerable stagnation, have made visible ..."

6. Textiles for Commercial, Industrial, Evening and Domestic Arts Schools: Also by William Henry Dooley (1910)
"Many mills or worsted spinneries send their wools, either sorted or unsorted as they may desire to a combing mill, where they put the wool into top at a ..."

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