Definition of Tacklings
1. tackling [n] - See also: tackling
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Literary usage of Tacklings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1885)
"w* all tacklings & appurtenances to the same belonging wa warranty against all men. 5. 27. 1640. [1—0. ..."
2. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Samuel Rolles Driver, James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie (1908)
"... and 'tacklings' in Is 3323. In Syria ropes and cords are made of goat's or camel's hair spun into threads, and then plaited or twisted. ..."
3. A Harmony of the Kings and Prophets: Or, An Arrangement of the History edited by Stephen Merrill (1832)
"23 Thy tacklings are loosed; they could not well strengthen their mast; they could not spread the sail: then is the prey of a great spoil divided ; the lame ..."
4. "The Modern Whitfield.": Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London by Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1856)
"Thy tacklings are loosed; they could not well strengthen their mast, they could not spread the sail." " Now," said the old minister, "yon give up the ..."