Definition of Troughs

1. Noun. (plural of trough) ¹



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Definition of Troughs

1. trough [n] - See also: trough

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troughs

troublespots
troublest
troubleth
troubling
troublingly
troublous
troublously
troublousness
troublousnesses
trough
trough-shell
trough-shells
troughed
troughing
troughlike
troughs (current term)
troul
troule
trouled
troules
trouling
trouls
trounce
trounced
trouncer
trouncers
trounces
trouncing
troupe
trouped

Literary usage of Troughs

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1. Farm Buildings by Sanders Publishing Co. (Chicago) (1909)
"In providing troughs sufficient to accommodate western lambs simultaneously one should have 24 troughs, each 16' long. The troughs should be placed 8' apart ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Use of the Microscope: Including the Different by John Quekett (1855)
"troughs.—As most delicate dissections are conducted under water, ... Various descriptions of earthenware troughs are kept on sale in shops, that will answer ..."

3. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1873)
"FEEDING troughs. One of the best feeding troughs for sheep, ... The space between the upper and lower troughs should be just sufficient for the sheep to ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"Open catting watertight, bat lined. troughs (fig. 14) are 8 feet broad and 4 feet deep, ш | inch thick, and were capable of passing at this ..."

5. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"There are many different eave-troughs and hangers on the market. ... Copper is not affected by the atmosphere and conductor- pipes and eave-troughs made of ..."

6. Hydrometallurgy of Silver: With Special Reference to Chloridizing Roasting by Ottokar Hofmann (1907)
"The solutions will corrode metals, including lead, and the troughs therefore have to be made of wood, but it is a very difficult task to make and keep ..."

7. Domesticated Trout: How to Breed and Grow Them by Livingston Stone (1877)
"PLACING THE HATCHING troughs. Having decided on the material for the hatching boxes, ... If you use charcoal or carbonized troughs, you should first send ..."

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