Definition of Swarfing

1. swarf [v] - See also: swarf



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swarfing

swarajist
swarajists
sward
swarded
swardier
swardiest
swarding
swards
swardy
sware
swaree
swarees
swarf
swarf-penny
swarfed
swarfing (current term)
swarfs
swarm
swarm spore
swarm spores
swarmed
swarmer
swarmers
swarming
swarming(a)
swarmings
swarms
swarmspores
swart

Literary usage of Swarfing

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

1. Iron and Steel: (a Pocket Encyclopedia) Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1910)
"... handled in the same way as a puddle ball. The material, after squeezing and the first rolling, is called scrap bar. A swarfing furnace is the same as a ..."

2. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1894)
"Apr: 21 Sabbath died the Lady of Boyne, spouse to Patrik Ogilvy of Boyne, in a sudden fit of swarfing. Apr. 28 Sab: '67 Wm. Tamson and Anna Jaffray maried. ..."

3. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1894)
"Apr: 21 Sabbath died the Lady of Boyne, spouse to Patrik Ogilvy of Boyne, in a sudden fit of swarfing. Apr. 28 Sab: '67 Wm. Tamson and Anna Jaffray maried. ..."

4. Jane Seton; or, The king's advocate by James Grant (1857)
"A swarfing of the heart, a fluttering of the breast. When the patients will merely sicken they turn red — when they will die, they turn pale. ..."

5. Iron and Steel: (a Pocket Encyclopedia) Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1910)
"... handled in the same way as a puddle ball. The material, after squeezing and the first rolling, is called scrap bar. A swarfing furnace is the same as a ..."

6. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1894)
"Apr: 21 Sabbath died the Lady of Boyne, spouse to Patrik Ogilvy of Boyne, in a sudden fit of swarfing. Apr. 28 Sab: '67 Wm. Tamson and Anna Jaffray maried. ..."

7. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1894)
"Apr: 21 Sabbath died the Lady of Boyne, spouse to Patrik Ogilvy of Boyne, in a sudden fit of swarfing. Apr. 28 Sab: '67 Wm. Tamson and Anna Jaffray maried. ..."

8. Jane Seton; or, The king's advocate by James Grant (1857)
"A swarfing of the heart, a fluttering of the breast. When the patients will merely sicken they turn red — when they will die, they turn pale. ..."

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