Definition of Prowlings
1. prowling [n] - See also: prowling
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prowlings
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Literary usage of Prowlings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Russia and the Russians; Or, A Journey to St. Petersburg and Moscow, Through by Leitch Ritchie (1836)
"But Nicolas is not a man who would refuse to perform these nightly prowlings in his own person, were they practicable through his vast empire. ..."
2. The sketch book by Washington Irving (1901)
"... and it will be something like trading with a gipsy for the fruits of his prowlings, who may at one time have nothing but a wooden bowl to offer, ..."
3. The Sketch Book by Washington Irving, Elmer Ellsworth Wentworth (1894)
"... and it will be something like trading with a gypsy for the fruits of his prowlings, who may at one time have nothing but a wooden bowl to offer, ..."