Definition of Twillings

1. Noun. (plural of twilling) ¹



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Definition of Twillings

1. twilling [n] - See also: twilling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twillings

twilight state
twilight vision
twilight years
twilight zone
twilight zones
twilightish
twilights
twilighty
twilit
twilitten
twill
twill weave
twilled
twillies
twilling
twillings (current term)
twills
twilly
twilt
twilted
twilting
twilts
twimmolation
twimmolations
twin
twin(a)
twin-
twin-aisle airplane
twin-bedded
twin-cam

Literary usage of Twillings

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Trade-marks and Analogous Subjects: (firm-names by William Henry Browne (1885)
"... or bleached and dyed cotton twillings, a certain mark, consisting of a circular label with the letter " K" in the centre, which letter is surrounded by ..."

2. Basketry of the Papago and Pima by Mary Lois Kissell (1916)
"... which does not admit of many changes in rhythm without weakening the matting. More elaborate twillings, such as those found in the land of the bamboo, ..."

3. Belgium, Its Institutions, Industries and Commerce: General Notes Collected by Ministère de l'industrie et du travail, Belgium (1904)
"A sitting of one hour a week is consecrated to theoretical teaching and specially to the study of twillings and decomposing the samples. ..."

4. Medals and Honourable Mentions Awarded by the International Juries: With a by International exhibition, 1862 (1862)
"For nice patterns and cloths, twillings, and covers for railway utility. Linen damasks and linen tickings. For good manufacture and finish. ..."

5. Belgium, Its Institutions, Industries & Commerce: General Notes Col. & Pub by Belgium (1904)
"A sitting of one hour a week is consecrated to theoretical teaching and specially to the study of twillings and decomposing the samples. ..."

6. Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, First Session, Fifty by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1893)
"twillings and plaids go abroad, do they not? Mr. LOVERING. I am not aware of any plaids being shipped abroad i-xcept there may be some from the South. ..."

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