Definition of Stillage

1. n. A low stool to keep the goods from touching the floor.



Definition of Stillage

1. Noun. The residue from the manufacture of alcohol from grain; typically used in animal feed ¹

2. Noun. A rack or pallet used to hold goods (originally casks) off the floor ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stillage

1. a frame [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stillage

stiling
still
still-born
still-fish
still-hunt
still-life
still and all
still hunt
still life
still lifes
still room
still water
still water runs deep
still waters run deep
still wine
stillage (current term)
stillages
stillatitious
stillatories
stillatory
stillbirth
stillbirths
stillborn
stillborn infant
stillborns
stilled
stilleite
stiller
stillers
stillest

Literary usage of Stillage

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Textile Colourist (1876)
"The soured pieces were piled in a heap on a stillage extending 20 feet backwards, ... on the same stillage, either before or behind them as it might happen, ..."

2. Clayhanger by Arnold Bennett (1910)
"He jumped from the stillage, and went quickly to the doorway and saw the cellar steps. His heart was beating. He trembled. he was afraid, exquisitely afraid ..."

3. Increasing the Efficiency of Ethanol Production Through the Use of a by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"CM Effect of stillage on Flux 90 h 55°C. 25. psi, 24 GPM 80 70 V 20 ... X LL O \ D ooo-o—o- ^ 10 h 5 0 0 —D •o- GLUCOSE 20H DESAL 20H,stillage -Q-OO-O -oo ..."

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