Definition of Blackings

1. blacking [n] - See also: blacking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blackings

blackhat
blackhats
blackhead
blackheads
blackheart
blackheart cherry
blackhearted
blackhearts
blackhole
blackholes
blackhouse
blackhouses
blackie
blackies
blacking
blackings (current term)
blackish
blackish-gray antshrike
blackish-gray antshrikes
blackishly
blackishness
blackism
blackjack
blackjack oak
blackjacked
blackjacking
blackjacks
blackland
blacklands
blacklead

Literary usage of Blackings

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

1. Dr. Chase's Recipes: Or, Information for Everybody. An Invaluable Collection by Alvin Wood Chase (1860)
"Rosin is often used in these blackings, but it makes the leather too hard. 158. Black Varnish for Edge, Wood, or CM,—Take 95 or 98 pet cent alcohol,' 1 pt.; ..."

2. Foundry Practice: A Text Book for Molders, Students and Apprentices by Reginald Heber Palmer (1911)
"It is also used with other blackings to make wet blacking, for dry-sand and loam ... Coke blacking is coke ground fine for mixing with other blackings for ..."

3. Cooley's Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the by Arnold James Cooley, W. North (1892)
"The sale of such blackings (?) is disreputable, when it is remembered that a really good article may be made for 2d. to Z\d. per lb. 5. (GERMAN BLACKING. ..."

4. A Dictionary of Every-day Wants: Containing Twenty Thousand Receipts in by Alexander E. Youman (1872)
"In the common blackings of Germany, hydrochloric acid is often used to the ... In the best German blackings only a small portion of this acid is used. ..."

5. Dr. Chase's Recipes: Or, Information for Everybody. An Invaluable Collection by Alvin Wood Chase (1860)
"Rosin is often used in these blackings, but it makes the leather too hard. 158. Black Varnish for Edge, Wood, or CM,—Take 95 or 98 pet cent alcohol,' 1 pt.; ..."

6. Foundry Practice: A Text Book for Molders, Students and Apprentices by Reginald Heber Palmer (1911)
"It is also used with other blackings to make wet blacking, for dry-sand and loam ... Coke blacking is coke ground fine for mixing with other blackings for ..."

7. Cooley's Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the by Arnold James Cooley, W. North (1892)
"The sale of such blackings (?) is disreputable, when it is remembered that a really good article may be made for 2d. to Z\d. per lb. 5. (GERMAN BLACKING. ..."

8. A Dictionary of Every-day Wants: Containing Twenty Thousand Receipts in by Alexander E. Youman (1872)
"In the common blackings of Germany, hydrochloric acid is often used to the ... In the best German blackings only a small portion of this acid is used. ..."

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