Definition of Turniping
1. turnip [v] - See also: turnip
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turniping
Literary usage of Turniping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Farmer's Magazine (1861)
"The prospect of a large supply of turnips would improve the demand lor the turniping class of sheep, and the sellers would not be slow in seeing their ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1829)
"For turniping and winter food, specific clauses might be made by the landlord, which would not affect the incomer. actual process of demoralization; ..."
3. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1907)
"But the worst job was turniping. In frosty weather the turnips were like ice, and getting them up for the sheep in the field, or topping and tailing them ..."
4. Reports of Special Assistant Poor Law Commissioners on the Employment of by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1843)
"Mr. Caswell, of Fol/tingham, said, " There is very little turniping here; it's too cold for women : I always tell them that it costs them more in the end ..."
5. A Compendium of Modern Husbandry: Principally Written During a Survey of by James Malcolm (1805)
"... quarter which borders on Kent, are very partial to them, prefer- ing them to the Dorsets on that account, Wiltshire wethers, for turniping and the fold. ..."
6. Sheep: Breeds and Management by John Wrightson (1898)
"Ewes, with corresponding numbers of lambs and tegs, careful attention, regular turniping, and allowances of cake and corn are associated with arable farming ..."