Definition of Starning
1. starn [v] - See also: starn
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Literary usage of Starning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Forest Lovers: A Romance by Maurice Henry Hewlett (1898)
"He never looked behind at starning demesne, where he had been born and bred and might have followed his father to church, nor sideways at the broad oaks, ..."
2. Military Memoir of Colonel John Birch, Sometime Governor of Hereford in the by Roe (1873)
"... w"1 as good brest workes as they could desire soe y* they were as confident as men could be & nothing bnt starning could prejudice them My Lei Gen: & y* ..."
3. Nimrod of the Sea, Or, The American Whaleman by William Morris Davis (1874)
"Thus we were continually drilled in lowering away, shipping oars at the word, " pulling in chase," " going on," " starning," "pulling two oars starn three," ..."
4. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1898)
"... before the cross on starning Waste, and how well he kept hie affiance and how great his ultimate reward one must read to know. Unlike Sir "Walter Scott, ..."
5. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1882)
"By this method the remedy is kept in full strength in contact with the skin without exciting undi e inflammation of surrounding parts or starning the ..."