Definition of Smitheries

1. Noun. (plural of smithery) ¹



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Definition of Smitheries

1. smithery [n] - See also: smithery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smitheries

smishing
smit
smite
smiter
smiters
smites
smitest
smiteth
smith
smitham
smithcraft
smithed
smither
smithereens
smitheries (current term)
smithers
smithery
smitheth
smithied
smithies
smithing
smithite
smiths
smithsonite
smithsonites
smithwork
smithy
smithying
smiting

Literary usage of Smitheries

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1. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1865)
"Portsmouth smitheries.—Plain Forgings.— 2488 cwt., cost 47«. ... Devonport smitheries.—Plain Forgings.— 2250 cwt., cost 33s. n¡,/. per cwt., equal to £3715; ..."

2. A Treatise on Ships' Anchors by George Cotsell (1856)
"The present smitheries might require some additional accommodation for the ... In other words, the plant of the present smitheries would require a larger ..."

3. A Handbook for Travellers in Devon by John Murray (1895)
"Here the visitor may see On the S. side of the Camber are the smitheries, which have recently been reconstructed ; these buildings contain every facility ..."

4. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1888)
"So much for the smitheries. At the Crémeries, the toy-purveyor should adopt as his motto the old French quotation, " A Toy Toujours." The great point here, ..."

5. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1906)
"... also, ^400 annually are to be expended to support two smitheries, with two smiths in each, for supplying iron, steel, &c., for the term of ten years; ..."

6. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1845)
"foundries, and smitheries, where iron is wrought from a crude state into bars and pigs, and moulded into steam engines, as well as the numerous smaller ..."

7. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1826)
"... a type-foundry, and printing establishment, smitheries, powerful turning-lathes, and other necessary and important tools and implements. ..."

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