Definition of Barging

1. Verb. (present participle of barge) ¹



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Definition of Barging

1. barge [v] - See also: barge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barging

bargemaster
bargemasters
bargemen
bargepole
bargepoles
barger
bargers
barges
barges in
bargest
bargests
bargewoman
bargewomen
barghest
barghests
barging (current term)
barging in
bargirls
bargoer
bargoers
bargoose
barguest
barguests
barhop
barhopped
barhopper
barhoppers
barhopping
barhops

Literary usage of Barging

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

1. The Removal and Disposal of Town Refuse by William Henry Maxwell (1898)
"barging Away.—A large proportion of the refuse of London and other large towns is removed by barging away on canals or rivers to shoots in the adjacent ..."

2. The Design, Construction and Maintenance of Sewage Disposal Works: Being a by Hugh Percival Raikes (1908)
"... tanks— Quantity and composition of sludge—Alternative methods of sludge disposal—barging out to sea—Mechanical filter pressing—Air drying in lagoons—Air ..."

3. A Primer of Materia Medica for Practitioners of Homoeopathy by Timothy Field Allen (1891)
"Sleep: Troubles become worse during sleep, until the patient wakes in fright or in distress. Fever: Coldness. Chill begins in the back. Heat as from barging ..."

4. Modern Methods of Street Cleaning by George Albert Soper (1909)
"It is carried away by a further barging contract. ... The contract price for barging the refuse is about 52 cents per ton from any of the dumping places. ..."

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