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  • n. Plural form of fencing.

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Examples

  • I not unnerstand bowt teh racissums do not want an maseratis an fencings…. is private joke/letter?

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  • So far, the federal government has finished almost half that planned fence, 149 miles of vehicle fencing and 182 miles of pedestrian fencings.

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  • I was growing weary of her fencings, her inanities, her protests.

    Guardsman Of Gor

  • All along the line of march, and especially where there have been halts, the wooden posts used in the construction of the various wire fencings have been chopped down or pulled up bodily and taken away, deserted houses have been denuded of all the woodwork they contained -- the tin buildings collapsing in consequence.

    A Yeoman's Letters Third Edition

  • The boxings, the rough lumber, the two by fourteen's finished, the dropped sidings and groved roofing, and lath and ceiling and rough fencings and all the rest?

    The White Desert

  • A great new boon to the home gardener they are, these wire fencings and nettings.

    The Amateur Garden

  • For some distance we had the company of the different aqueducts, but their broken stretches presently ceased altogether, and then for other human association we had, besides the fencings of the meadows, only the huts and shelters scattered among the grassy humps and hollows.

    Roman Holidays, and Others

  • Towns are unfrequent, such as there are being mere collections of huts, with the ghat and boats at the bottom of the bank; and at a respectful distance from the bazaar, stand the neat bungalows of the European residents, with their smiling gardens, hedgings and fencings, and loitering servants at the door.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • The two farms were no doubt much inferior in value to what they would have been with buildings, outhouses and fencings, standing crops and stock; yet, even as they stood, they were worth a good sum, for they were already cleared -- the chief work of the settler being thus done.

    In the Rocky Mountains

  • * Stanchions (posts and fencings) to direct your guests where to go.

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