Definition of Tinding

1. tind [v] - See also: tind



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinding

tincturing
tind
tindal
tindals
tinded
tinder
tinder-box
tinder-boxes
tinder box
tinderbox
tinderboxes
tindered
tindering
tinders
tindery
tinding (current term)
tindora
tindoras
tinds
tine
tine test
tinea
tinea amiantacea
tinea barbae
tinea capitis
tinea circinata
tinea corpora
tinea corporis
tinea cruris
tinea favosa

Literary usage of Tinding

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

1. The Psalms and Hymns of the Late Dr. Isaac Wattsby Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre by Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre (1821)
"A TABLE FOR tinding ANY ONE OF THE MISCELLANEOUS HYMNS BY ITS FIRST LINE OR ITS SUBJECT. Tin: I'n si Line of each Hymn is set in the larger Type ; the Title ..."

2. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1862)
"That tinding w:is stronger against tho prisoner than the one in the present case, ... If nt the time of tinding, the person liad the means of knowledge, ..."

3. Poor Miss Finch: A Novel. With Illustrations by Wilkie Collins (1872)
"In the double surprise of discovering this and of tinding myself charged so abruptly with the offense of looking at a gentleman, I suffered the most ..."

4. The History of Julia Benson, in a Series of Letters (1784)
"tinding To Guard the MIND from the INDULGENCE of UNLAWFUL PLEASURES, And the FATAL EFFECTS of FEMALE RESENTMENT. Felix quern faciunt aliena ..."

5. A Treatise on the Military Law of the United States: Together with the by George Breckenridge Davis (1898)
"But the fact that the tinding or sentence or both may have been marie known to the reporter or clerk of a court-martial cannot affect the legal ..."

6. The Psalms and Hymns of the Late Dr. Isaac Wattsby Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre by Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre (1821)
"A TABLE FOR tinding ANY ONE OF THE MISCELLANEOUS HYMNS BY ITS FIRST LINE OR ITS SUBJECT. Tin: I'n si Line of each Hymn is set in the larger Type ; the Title ..."

7. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1862)
"That tinding w:is stronger against tho prisoner than the one in the present case, ... If nt the time of tinding, the person liad the means of knowledge, ..."

8. Poor Miss Finch: A Novel. With Illustrations by Wilkie Collins (1872)
"In the double surprise of discovering this and of tinding myself charged so abruptly with the offense of looking at a gentleman, I suffered the most ..."

9. The History of Julia Benson, in a Series of Letters (1784)
"tinding To Guard the MIND from the INDULGENCE of UNLAWFUL PLEASURES, And the FATAL EFFECTS of FEMALE RESENTMENT. Felix quern faciunt aliena ..."

10. A Treatise on the Military Law of the United States: Together with the by George Breckenridge Davis (1898)
"But the fact that the tinding or sentence or both may have been marie known to the reporter or clerk of a court-martial cannot affect the legal ..."

11. The Psalms and Hymns of the Late Dr. Isaac Wattsby Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre by Isaac Watts, Robert Goodacre (1821)
"A TABLE FOR tinding ANY ONE OF THE MISCELLANEOUS HYMNS BY ITS FIRST LINE OR ITS SUBJECT. Tin: I'n si Line of each Hymn is set in the larger Type ; the Title ..."

12. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1862)
"That tinding w:is stronger against tho prisoner than the one in the present case, ... If nt the time of tinding, the person liad the means of knowledge, ..."

13. Poor Miss Finch: A Novel. With Illustrations by Wilkie Collins (1872)
"In the double surprise of discovering this and of tinding myself charged so abruptly with the offense of looking at a gentleman, I suffered the most ..."

14. The History of Julia Benson, in a Series of Letters (1784)
"tinding To Guard the MIND from the INDULGENCE of UNLAWFUL PLEASURES, And the FATAL EFFECTS of FEMALE RESENTMENT. Felix quern faciunt aliena ..."

15. A Treatise on the Military Law of the United States: Together with the by George Breckenridge Davis (1898)
"But the fact that the tinding or sentence or both may have been marie known to the reporter or clerk of a court-martial cannot affect the legal ..."

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