Definition of Stiltings

1. stilting [n] - See also: stilting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stiltings

stiltbird
stiltbirds
stilted
stiltedly
stiltedness
stiltednesses
stilter
stilters
stiltier
stiltiest
stiltified
stiltifies
stiltify
stiltifying
stilting
stiltings (current term)
stiltish
stilts
stiltwalker
stiltwalkers
stilty
stilyard
stilyards
stim
stime
stimed
stimes
stimie
stimied
stimies

Literary usage of Stiltings

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

1. Radford's Cyclopedia of Construction; Carpentry, Building and Architecture edited by William A. Radford, Alfred Sidney Johnson (1909)
"Sometimes steel wires are bent in the form of a stirrup and embedded in the concrete under the flanges, and their ends anchored in the concrete stiltings. ..."

2. Concrete: Its Uses in Building from Foundations to Finish by Thomas Potter (1908)
"Sometimes steel wires are bent in the form of a stirrup and embedded in the concrete under the flanges, and their ends anchored in the concrete stiltings. ..."

3. Expositions on the Epistles of the New Testament by Charles Dallas Marston (1865)
"A Specimen Packet (i to z4) sent Post Free fur Two stiltings. Tract Societies and District Visiting Societies supplied with Numbers at a great reduction, ..."

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