Definition of Stoneboat

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoneboat

stone mimicry plant
stone mulching
stone parsley
stone pine
stone pines
stone pit
stone plant
stone root
stone soup
stone the crows
stone wall
stonebaked
stoneblower
stoneblowers
stoneblowing
stoneboat (current term)
stoneboats
stonebow
stonebows
stonebrash
stonebrashes
stonebreaker
stonebreakers
stonebuck
stonebucks
stonebuilt
stonecast
stonecasts
stonechat
stonechats

Literary usage of Stoneboat

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1. Principles of Economics by Fred Manville Taylor (1913)
"6. Josiah Wright, the wagon maker, is making a stone boat which he expects to sell to some neighboring farmer. Now, a stoneboat is undoubtedly capital or ..."

2. Principles of Economics by Fred Manville Taylor (1913)
"Now, a stoneboat is undoubtedly capital or capital goods; yet in making that stoneboat, Wright is not, strictly speaking, producing capital. ..."

3. Earthwork and Its Cost: A Handbook of Earth Excavation by Halbert Powers Gillette (1920)
"... 5.2 days at $9 46.80 4-horse plow, etc., 6.5 days at $7.40 48.10 Labor, loading scrapers and stoneboat, 76.'J days at $2... 132. ..."

4. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1898)
"The striking of the stoneboat against the street curl) detached the horses, and escaping from the driver they ran over the bridge towards the barn, ..."

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