Definition of Stawing
1. staw [v] - See also: staw
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stawing
Literary usage of Stawing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Rhyming Dictionary: Answering at the Same Time, the Purposes of Spelling by John Walker (1819)
"StaWing-lun-se A mask; a screen; a cover, s. Pack'horse A horse employed in carrying goods, s. To un-horse' To throw out of the saddle, va Morse The seacow ..."
2. Good Cookery Illustrated: And Recipes Communicated by the Welsh Hermit of by Augusta Waddington Hall Llanover (1867)
"... after stawing for two hours produced three- quarters of a pint more jelly. The bones being broken the third time, and put down with one pint of water; ..."
3. Automobile Starting, and Lighting by Harold Phillips Manly (1918)
"When the ignition button is closed, or when the electromagnetic cut-out contacts are closed by mechanical connections from the staWing pedal, ..."