Definition of Bibcocks

1. Noun. (plural of bibcock) ¹

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Definition of Bibcocks

1. bibcock [n] - See also: bibcock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibcocks

bibbers
bibbery
bibbing
bibble
bibble-babble
bibble-babbles
bibblebabble
bibblebabbled
bibblebabbles
bibblebabbling
bibbled
bibbles
bibbling
bibbs
bibcock
bibcocks (current term)
bibe
bibelot
bibelots
bibes
bibiliography
bibimbap
bibimbop
bibirine
bibitory
bible
bible leaf
bible leaves
bible literalist
bibles

Literary usage of Bibcocks

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1. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by George Woodyatt Hastings, Andrew Edgar, Charles Wager Ryalls, Edwin Pears (1874)
"... bibcocks, and to 246 water-closets. The quantity of water found to be consumed when the district was first tested was at the rate of 25'74 gallons per ..."

2. Steam Power Plants, Their Design and Construction by Henry Coddington Meyer (1912)
"Each sink shall be provided with two bibcocks, removable tray with strainer and drain connection. Drip Pans. — Furnish and install polished-brass drip pans ..."

3. The Principles of Waterworks Engineering by Arthur William Brightmore, John Henry Tudsbery Turner (1893)
"When the supply is taken from a house-cistern, plug-cocks may be used ; but whenever water is drawn direct from the service-pipes, screw-down bibcocks, ..."

4. The Water Supply, Sewerage and Plumbing of Modern City Buildings by William Paul Gerhard (1909)
"... in the line of pipes regulating the flow of water through it; and faucets or bibcocks, placed at the ends of branches for the supply to fixtures. ..."

5. The London Building Act, 1894, and the London Building Act, 1894 (amendment by Great Britain, London County Council (1901)
"... and shall be fitted with bibcocks for filling buckets. Three buckets filled with water shall be kept near each hydrant. Hand pumps or other small fire ..."

6. The Principles of Waterworks Engineer by John Henry Tudsbery Tudsbery (1897)
"When the supply is taken from a house-cistern, plug-cocks may be used ; but whenever water is drawn direct from the service-pipes, screw-down bibcocks, ..."

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