Definition of Adusting
1. adust [v] - See also: adust
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Literary usage of Adusting
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1. Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, 1777-1795, 1801 by George Clinton, New York (State). Governor, 1801-1804 (George Clinton), Hugh Hastings, James Austin Holden, New York (State). State Historian (1902)
"... for the purpose of examining and adusting any of the said accounts: That, when thus employed, their reasonable travelling charges be allowed, ..."
2. Vehicles of the Air: A Popular Exposition of Modern Aeronautics with Working by Victor Lougheed (1910)
"... frame and wlth the other he hoida ami operates the cord L for adusting the tall The machine, wlth th» operator in place, la carried to a height hy meana ..."
3. The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania from 1682 to 1801 by Pennsylvania, James Tyndale Mitchell, Henry Flanders, Jonathan Willis Martin, Hampton Lawrence Carson (1906)
"... etc 391 Compensation of commissioners 391 Act for adusting claims of Individuals of this Commonwealth against the, repealed 534 UNITED STATES BILLS OF ..."
4. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Baretti (1851)
"That which has the power of adusting or burning up. ADUSTO, ТА, а. 1. Adust ; that which is adust- ed or burnt up. 2. Exposed to the scorching neat of a ..."