Definition of Tuttings
1. tutting [n] - See also: tutting
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuttings
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Literary usage of Tuttings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the by Thomas Allen (1833)
"The tuttings," says he, " from their singularity, deserve n short notice, especially as the custom of holding them is now fast descending into the vale of ..."
2. A Civic Biology: Presented in Problems by George William Hunter (1914)
"... from eloth tuttings or rags) to make woolen goods of a cheap grade. Goat hair, especially that of the Angora and the Cashmere goat, has much use in the ..."
3. Pictures of Country Life: And Summer Rambles in Green and Shady Places by Thomas Miller (1847)
"... sheep-shearings, village-wakes. feasts, tuttings, potations, and merry-makings, with such names, as are not to be found in "Hone's Every-day Book. ..."
4. The History of Lincoln: Containing an Account of the Antiquities, Edifices (1816)
"11 il 1, Charles, a noted mathematician of Lincolnshire, account of,l 1S: tuttings, curious obsolete custom so called, 105. UV Cms, account of several ..."