Definition of Forestages

1. Noun. (plural of forestage) ¹



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Definition of Forestages

1. forestage [n] - See also: forestage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forestages

forest goat
forest god
forest green
forest green tree frog
forest health
forest machine
forest plan
forest plot
forest plots
forest red gum
forest residue
forest tent caterpillar
forest yaws
forestage
forestages (current term)
forestal
forestaled
forestaling
forestall
forestallable
forestalled
forestaller
forestallers
forestalling
forestallingly
forestallment
forestallments
forestalls
forestals

Literary usage of Forestages

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1. The Theatre of Tomorrow by Kenneth Macgowan (1921)
"They were next trying to increase even this very close intimacy by bringing the actors down upon forestages and runways and even into the aisles. ..."

2. Continental Stagecraft by Kenneth Macgowan, Robert Edmond Jones (1922)
"Herman Rosse, the scenic artist, took to sketching theaters with all manner of odd forestages and portals. Norman-Bel Geddes threw off in 1914 a plan for a ..."

3. The Russian Theatre Under the Revolution by Oliver Martin Sayler (1920)
"... be tolerated at the proximity to the public at which the forestages of the old English, French, Spanish and Japanese theatres placed their actors? ..."

4. The Paston letters, A.D. 1422-1509 by James Gairdner (1904)
"3 Large ships with forestages or forecastles. 4 Henry 1v., King of Castile. 6 Francis n., the last Duke. 6 Lewis x1. T This word, says Fenn, is imperfect in ..."

5. Dental materia medica and therapeutics by Hermann Prinz (1917)
"Vegetable proteins, which are found in abundance in peas and beans, and which are direct forestages of uric acid ..."

6. Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Naval Architecture: Being the Article by Augustin Francis Bullock Creuze (1841)
"From February to November eight ships with forestages, or, as they were sometimes called then, as now, forecastles, armed with 150 men each, ..."

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