Definition of Codlings

1. Noun. (plural of codling) ¹



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Definition of Codlings

1. codling [n] - See also: codling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Codlings

codisplay
codisplaying
codist
codists
codiverge
codiverged
codiversification
codlike
codlin
codlin moth
codline
codlines
codling
codling moth
codling moths
codlings (current term)
codlins
codlins-and-cream
codogenic
codology
codomain
codomains
codominance
codominant
codominant allele
codominant gene
codominant inheritance
codominant trait
codominants
codon

Literary usage of Codlings

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1. The Universal Cook: And City and Country Housekeeper by Francis Collingwood, John Woollams (1792)
"... the codlings muft be gathered when tney are about the fize of a walnut, ... and cover them with a layer of codlings, then another of vine leaves, ..."

2. The Complete Confectioner, Or, Housekeeper's Guide: To a Simple and Speedy by Hannah Glasse, Maria Wilson (1800)
"To dry green codlings. Take your codlings, and coddle them gently sclose covered; then peel your ..."

3. Ye Gentlewoman's Housewifery: Containing a Scarce, Curious, Valuable by Margaret Huntington Hooker (1896)
"... CREAMS, CUSTARDS AND codlings. " Here find they entertainment at the Height In Cream and ... codlings ..."

4. The Lady's Own Cookery Book, and New Dinner-table Directory: In which Will by Charlotte Campbell Bury (1844)
"Put an equal weight of the flowers and of sugar, fill up with white wine vinegar, and to every pint of vinegar put a pound of sugar, i codlings. ..."

5. The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy: To which are Added One Hundred and by Hannah Glasse (1774)
"... To fickle codlings. WHEN you have greened them as you do your pippins, and they are quite cold, ..."

6. The Sea and the Rod by Charles Thomas Paske, Frederick George Aflalo (1892)
"... Newfoundland Fisheries—The Newfoundland Dog—The Storing of Cod : their Parasites— The Amateur's Fish: codlings—Advantages of Whole Fish for Cooking—The ..."

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