Definition of Sheathings

1. Noun. (plural of sheathing) ¹



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Definition of Sheathings

1. sheathing [n] - See also: sheathing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheathings

sheath rot
sheathable
sheathbills
sheathe
sheathed artery
sheathed cable
sheather
sheathers
sheathes
sheathfish
sheathier
sheathing
sheathings (current term)
sheathless
sheathlike
sheaths
sheathy
sheats
sheave
sheaved
sheaves
sheaving
shebander
shebang
shebangs
shebean

Literary usage of Sheathings

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1. Practical Cold Storage: The Theory, Design and Construction of Buildings and by Madison Cooper (1914)
"The common method of applying is to place a layer of quilt between two sheathings of flooring and nail through it, FIG. 18—METHOD OF APPLYING CABOT QUILT. ..."

2. Manual of Mercantile Correspondence in Two Languages-- English and German by Ludwig Simon, Christian Vogel, Henry P. Skelton, W. C. Wrankmore, Leland Mason (1883)
"Order for Copper sheathings. Broad-Street, 25th January 1881. Messrs. W. Green, Fell fy Co., London. Gentlemen, Have the goodness to ship on board the ..."

3. A Practical Gudie for the Manufacture of Metallic Alloys by André Franccois Victor Guettier, A. A. Fesquet (1872)
"V. COPPER ALLOYS FOR SHIP sheathings. ... bronze alloys had resisted in the proportion of 2 to 1, and 3 to 2, as compared with sheathings of pure copper, ..."

4. Americanized Encyclopaedia Britannica: Rev. and Amended A Dictionary of Arts (1890)
"... woolen goods, silver-plated and iron wares. drills for metal-workers, copper sheathings, Prus-ian blue, paraffin and other candles, glass, cordage, ..."

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