Definition of Tackings

1. tacking [n] - See also: tacking



Lexicographical Neighbors of Tackings

tackie
tackier
tackies
tackiest
tackified
tackifier
tackifiers
tackifies
tackify
tackifying
tackily
tackiness
tackinesses
tacking
tacking up
tackings (current term)
tackle fall
tackle twill
tackled
tackler
tacklers
tackles
tackless
tackling
tacklings
tacks
tacks up
tacksman
tacksmen

Literary usage of Tackings

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

1. Narratives of Early Carolina, 1650-1708 by Alexander Samuel Salley (1911)
"England may here see the Consequence of tackings, Occasional Bills, etc., in Miniature, and what the Designs of the Party are in general, viz. the absolute ..."

2. Housekeeping for Two: A Practical Guide for Beginners by Alice L. James (1909)
"Make a second row of tackings alternating, so that they fall between, and not opposite those of the first row. Continue in the same way until the entire ..."

3. The Will to Believe and Other Essays in Popular Philosophy: And Other Essays by William James (1896)
"... born of more urgent emotional needs and wrapping the same facts in far more massive intellectual harmonies ! These are but tackings to the common ..."

4. The Will to Believe and Other Essays in Popular Philosophy: And Other Essays by William James (1896)
"... born of more urgent emotional needs and wrapping the same facts in far more massive intellectual harmonies ! These are but tackings to the common ..."

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