Definition of Liming

1. Verb. (present participle of lime) ¹



2. Verb. (context: Trinidadian Caribbean slang) hanging around, usually in a public place with friends, enjoying the scene. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Liming

1. lime [v] - See also: lime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liming

limicoline
limicoline bird
limicolous
limier
limiest
limina
liminal
liminal stimulus
liminal trait
liminalities
liminality
liminals
liminary
liminess
liminesses
liming (current term)
limings
liminocentric
liminometer
limit
limit cycle
limit dextrin
limit dextrinase
limit dextrinosis
limit down
limit inferior
limit of resolution
limit point
limit points
limit superior

Literary usage of Liming

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1. Productive Soils: The Fundamentals of Successful Soil Management and by Wilbert Walter Weir (1920)
"Other Crops Benefited by liming.—Aside from alfalfa, medium red, Japan, and mammoth clovers, and peas, the following field crops are directly benefited by ..."

2. The Southern Planter (1852)
"EXPERIENCE WITH BRINING AND liming AS A REMEDY, AND MODE OF APPLICATION. ... I understand a man in Nottoway tried the brining and liming last fall, ..."

3. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"If used for washing after the liming, water having temporary hardness tends to fix the lime among the fibres in an insoluble form, thus causing the leather ..."

4. Manures and Fertilizers: A Text-book for College Students and a Work of by Homer Jay Wheeler (1913)
"This tendency of the nitrogen percentage to rise, after liming, is of interest ... Rational rotation and the turning under of sward should accompany liming. ..."

5. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1910)
"One would naturally suppose all tanners to be thoroughly conversant with the object to be attained in liming hides and skins, yet this is not the case. ..."

6. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"liming. Purpose of liming.—Green beet juices after having been heated are submitted to ... The liming of beet juices is one of the important operations of ..."

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