Definition of Nippering

1. nipper [v] - See also: nipper



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nippering

nip
nip and tuck
nip in the bud
nip off
nip point
nip points
nipa
nipa palm
nipas
nipecotic
nipecotic acid
niperotidine
nipped
nipper
nippered
nippering (current term)
nipperkin
nippers
nippier
nippiest
nippily
nippiness
nippinesses
nipping
nippingly
nippit
nippitate
nippitato
nippitatum
nippitatums

Literary usage of Nippering

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1. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"... below 6 ft, all used hammers, the drill rotating automatically on the -- Í: »azes $2.25 per ю hr (day's work), or 45^ per ft, sharpening and nippering ..."

2. "Where Angels Fear to Tread" by Morgan Robertson (1899)
"Then they clapped a luff-tackle on the fall, and by heaving on this, nippering and fleeting up, they lifted the ..."

3. The Sailor's Word-book: An Alphabetical Digest of Nautical Terms, Including by William Henry Smyth (1867)
"... nippering. Fastening nippers by taking turns crosswise between the parts to jam them; and sometimes with a round turn before each cross. ..."

4. A Manual of Yacht and Boat Sailing by Dixon Kemp, Brooke Heckstall-Smith (1900)
"nippering.—Joining a rope by cross turns. Nock.—The weather corner of a gaff sail. The throat. Xo Nearer.—An order given to a steersman not to luff any more ..."

5. Manual of Heavy Artillery Service: For the Use of the Army and Militia of by John Caldwell Tidball (1891)
"Very useful In putting on lashings, Ac. nippering is fastening them by taking turns crosswise between the parts to jam them, and sometimes with a ..."

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