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  • noun Plural form of fishing.


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  • You know why you always take two Baptist fishings?

    New force for broad immigration reform: Evangelicals 2010

  • Besides there are lots of different glues and fishings that are environment friendly.

    WAMBAMBOO Costello Seat By Kent Gration | Inhabitat 2007

  • These nets of yours are unlawful — they spoil our fishings — we will have them down at all risks and hazards.

    Redgauntlet 2008

  • Samoites vse much to resort, by reason of the commoditie of the place for fishing: [Fishing or sea.] and there, sometime (as their manner is) conceiue, and practise their sorceries, and ominous coniecturings about the good or bad speede of their iourneies, fishings, huntings and such like.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation 2003

  • SALT: the works whereof having been lately suffered to decay; we now intending to restore in so great plenty, as not only to serve the Colony for the present, but as is hoped, in short time, the great fishings on those coasts, a matter of inestimable advancement to the Colony, do upon mature deliberation ordain as followeth:

    The Bounty of the Chesapeake Fishing in Colonial Virginia James Wharton

  • Do you know I am so glad of these fishings, Jessie? '

    Holiday Tales Florence Wilford

  • But after the sliding was forbidden, there remained the chestnuttings in the autumn, and the trout fishings in the summer, and the Mayflower parties in the spring, and colts and horses and dogs.

    Hetty's Strange History Anonymous

  • These fishings with Percy became a sort of institution during that week, which Jessie had rather counted on for having Cecil all to herself.

    Holiday Tales Florence Wilford

  • Leven fishings, Captain Hall, fills a very difficult post with much acceptance to all concerned.

    Scotch Loch-Fishing William Senior

  • They shall have all ... fishings ... from the said first seat of their plantation and habitation by the space of fifty miles of

    The Bounty of the Chesapeake Fishing in Colonial Virginia James Wharton


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