Definition of Randing

1. n. The act or process of making and applying rands for shoes.



Definition of Randing

1. Noun. The manufacture or application of rands in shoemaking. ¹

2. Noun. (military) A kind of basketwork used in gabions. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Randing

1. rand [v] - See also: rand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Randing

rancourously
rancours
randan
randans
randed
randem
randems
randie
randier
randies
randiest
randily
randiness
randinesses
randing (current term)
randkluft
randklufts
random
random-access
random-access memory
random access
random access memory
random allocation
random amplification of polymorphic DNA
random amplified polymorphic DNA technique
random coil
random function
random functions

Literary usage of Randing

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1. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1916)
"randing. The rand is a strip of leather made thin at one edge. It is attached to the heel part of the sole, or later to the heel itself, so as to fill what ..."

2. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1916)
"randing. The rand is a strip of leather made thin at one edge. It is attached to the heel part of the sole, or later to the heel itself, so as to fill what ..."

3. A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ... Account of the (1793)
"... 1645, fo precipitately, that he-left his tents randing, together with his ammunition and artillery, ..."

4. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach (1894)
"When the rods used in walling are very small the process of slewing should be resorted to : this is the same as randing with the exception that 2 or 3 rods ..."

5. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach, Edwin Alvin Root, Thomas Horace Slavens (1902)
"Commence the watling in the center space on the ground by randing—ie, working with a single rod alternately inside aud outside of the pickets; ..."

6. Manual of Military Field Engineering for the Use of Officers and Troops of by William Dorrance Beach, Edwin Alvin Root, Thomas Horace Slavens (1902)
"Commence the watling in the center space on the ground by randing—ie, working with a single rod alternately inside and outside of the pickets; ..."

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