Definition of Sprinklings

1. Noun. (plural of sprinkling) ¹



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Definition of Sprinklings

1. sprinkling [n] - See also: sprinkling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sprinklings

springtimes
springwater
springwaters
springwood
springwoods
springy
sprinkle
sprinkled
sprinkler
sprinkler system
sprinklered
sprinklering
sprinklers
sprinkles
sprinkling
sprinklings (current term)
sprinkly
sprint
sprinted
sprinter
sprinters
sprinting
sprints
sprit
sprite
sprite halo
spriteful
spritelike
spritely

Literary usage of Sprinklings

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1. The London Medical and Physical Journal (1827)
"The chlorate of lime is eligible for disinfecting water-closets, and for this purpose gentle sprinklings only are necessary, renewed from time to time as ..."

2. The Origin and Development of Religious Belief by Sabine Baring-Gould (1878)
"... for which they are designed— Purificatory sacraments—Baptisms—sprinklings with water and blood —Baptisms of fire—Confession—Communion—by sexual union—by ..."

3. The Origin and Development of Religious Belief by Sabine Baring-Gould (1892)
"... a liberation of force—a necessity of man's nature—Sacraments—The object for which they are designed— Purificatory sacraments—Baptisms—sprinklings with ..."

4. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist (1839)
"Keep the box or boxes in a sheltered situation, giving frequent sprinklings of water, to keep the earth damp, which must be protected with a frame, ..."

5. Elliott's Fruit Book: Or, The American Fruit-grower's Guide in Orchard and by Franklin Reuben Elliott (1858)
"... and often sprinklings of russet; calyx, generally small, erect, open; basin, slight; stem, varying; core, medium; seeds, broad ovate; flesh, white, ..."

6. Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation by Bede, Lewis Gidley (1870)
"Then the venerable prelates poured forth the torrents of their eloquence, together with apostolical and evangelical sprinklings: their own language was ..."

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