Definition of Stilling

1. n. A stillion.



Definition of Stilling

1. Verb. (present participle of still) ¹

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Definition of Stilling

1. still [v] - See also: still

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stilling

stilled
stilleite
stiller
stillers
stillest
stillhouse
stillhouses
stilliard
stilliards
stillicide
stillicides
stillicidious
stillier
stilliest
stilliform
stilling (current term)
stillings
stillion
stillions
stillman
stillmen
stillness
stillnesses
stillroom
stillrooms
stills
stillstand
stillstands
stillwaterite
stilly

Literary usage of Stilling

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1. Religion in America: Or an Account of the Origin, Relation to the State, and by Robert Baird (1844)
"He turned himself slowly about, looked stilling in the face, and said, "Good morning, ... stilling blushed deeply, and knew not what to say; however, ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1839)
"Von Dr. B. stilling. &c. 8vo. pp. 304, Eisenach, 1834. ... have reference to a new process invented by their author, Dr stilling of Cassel, ..."

3. River Discharge: Prepared for the Use of Engineers and Students by John Clayton Hoyt, Nathan Clifford Grover (1916)
"stilling BOX. A stilling box for eliminating wave action is desirable, ... In general such a stilling box may consist of a wooden box or a metal pipe ..."

4. The Physiological Anatomy and Physiology of Man by Robert Bentley Todd, William Bowman (1857)
"(From stilling.) Magnified 4 diameters. bodies are composed in great part ... The fibres of the latter, according to stilling, taking chiefly, ..."

5. Alderbrook: A Collection of Fanny Forester's Village Sketches, Poems, Etc. by Emily Chubbuck Judson (1850)
"I WOULD N'T take the liberty to say it, but that I like you, Doctor," said Squire Boulter to my Uncle stilling, " I would n't say it, but that I like you; ..."

6. German Rationalism, in Its Rise, Progress, and Decline, in Relation to by Karl Rudolf Hagenbach (1865)
"IN formidable antagonism to German infidelity was the school of mystics, headed by Swedenborg, Heinrich, stilling, and La- vater. ..."

7. The Spiritual Magazine (1862)
"In four weeks, stilling had transcribed the manuscript. ... stilling now began to practise as an oculist, and the fame of his cures soon spread around. ..."

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