Definition of Curtain ring
1. Noun. A circular ring for holding up a curtain.
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Literary usage of Curtain ring
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1. The Past in the Present: What is Civilization? by Arthur Mitchell (1881)
"... such as I found in Knoydart (Fig. 82), was reached. <T. S2. —Annular Brooch from Knoydart, made nf n curtain ring and a bodle - pin. Full size. ..."
2. The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries by Edward J. Wood (1869)
"The Duke of Hamilton was married at May Fair with a bed-curtain ring. " Notes and Queries " for October, 1860, relates that a ring of leather, ..."
3. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1877)
"The water within the ball was everywhere gyrating round the central ring, as if the coils of string were each spinning round the curtain ring as an axis, ..."
4. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases, Injuries, and Malformations of the by Samuel David Gross (1855)
"A lad, aged eight years, passed a brass curtain-ring over his penis, ... A section of it disclosed about two-thirds of the brass curtain-ring, ..."
5. The Domestic World: A Practical Guide in All the Daily Difficulties of the by Robert Kemp Philp (1889)
"The beautiful Miss Gunning was married to the Duke of Hamilton with a curtain-ring. Weeds on Gravel Walks, How то DESTROY.—Any manufacturing chemist will be ..."
6. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal by Chas. W. Smiley (1880)
"The Curtain-ring-cell. Cut out a circular piece of wax, attach it to the slide, place a curtain-ring upon it, soften the wax by heat until the ring is ..."