Definition of Trunkings

1. trunking [n] - See also: trunking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trunkings

trunk hose
trunk lid
trunk line
trunk of atrioventricular bundle
trunk of corpus callosum
trunk road
trunk route
trunkback
trunkbacks
trunked
trunkfish
trunkfishes
trunkful
trunkfuls
trunking
trunkings (current term)
trunkless
trunklike
trunkline
trunklines
trunkload
trunkloads
trunks
trunks of brachial plexus
trunnel
trunnels
trunnion
trunnioned
trunnions
trupial

Literary usage of Trunkings

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1. Transactions of the International Electrical Congress, St. Louis, 1904 by International Electrical Congress (1905)
"I remember in the Paris system of the old times with an average of two trunkings for each connection, a certain operator who could usually make 120 ..."

2. Railway Signal Engineering (mechanical) by Leonard P. Lewis (1912)
"... should it be in a town and granite setts or wood blocks laid down, it is preferable to have cast-iron trunkings with inspection covers over all cranks. ..."

3. Proceedings of Conference of Men Engaged in Grain Dust Explosion and Fire by United States Grain Corporation, United States Bureau of Chemistry (1920)
"The trunkings of the dust collecting system were in a very bad condition and needed repair. On the top floor there was a partially filled fire extinguisher. ..."

4. Transactions of the International Electrical Congress, St. Louis, 1904 by International Electrical Congress (1905)
"I remember in the Paris system of the old times with an average of two trunkings for each connection, a certain operator who could usually make 120 ..."

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