Definition of Speldings

1. spelding [n] - See also: spelding



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speldings

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spekboom
spekbooms
speke
speks
spelaean
spelaeologist
spelaeology
speld
spelded
spelder
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speldin
spelding
speldings (current term)
speldins
speldrin
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spelean
spelencephaly
speleo-
speleological
speleologically
speleologies
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speleology
speleothem

Literary usage of Speldings

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1. The Book of Ellon by Alexander Inkson McConnochie (1901)
"The speldings were not forgotten, and it was probably because they were unattainable that we longed with a great longing for them. ..."

2. Fish and Fisheries: A Selection from the Prize Essays of the International by David Herbert (1883)
"Although largely marketed au naturel, it is usual to make at least a portion of the cure into smoked speldings, as the smoked style is preferred in some ..."

3. Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the by James Boswell, Samuel Johnson (1887)
"I bought some speldings, fish (generally whitings) salted and dried in a particular manner, being dipped in the sea and dried in the sun, and eaten by the ..."

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