Definition of Silked
1. silk [v] - See also: silk
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Literary usage of Silked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Book Prices Current (1917)
"Gunston Hall. [Va.], Oct. 19, 1782, to Edmund Randolph, Attorney General, Richmond. Dealing with the question of Virginia's western territory. silked. ..."
2. Feeds and Feeding Abridged by William Arnon Henry, Frank Barron Morrison (1915)
"After the ears were silked, as is shown in the following table from Ladd, ... Lbs. Tasseled 69 171 silked 158 279 Kernels in milk 102 377 Kernels glazed 152 ..."
3. Experimental Researches in Electricity: Philosophical Transactions of the by Michael Faraday (1844)
"Thus the phenomena of a helix, or a solid cylinder of spiral silked wire, are reduced to the simple revolution of the magnetic pole round the connecting ..."
4. The Leather Glove Industry in the United States by Daniel Walter Redmond (1913)
"On all gloves having crows' feet stitched, sewn or silked on the backs thereof, or having stitched, sewn, embroidered or silked on the backs thereof points, ..."