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  • noun Plural form of netting.

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Examples

  • What is called the nettings ran from aft round the greater part of the vessel.

    Mark Seaworth

  • The hammocks were lashed up and stowed away in the "nettings," as the lattice-like receptacles are called, leaving the deck clear for the work of the day.

    A Gunner Aboard the "Yankee"

  • Life lines were stretched fore and aft; and on our weather side, attached to smokestack guys and rigging, were huge rope-nettings, hung there for the purpose of breaking the force of the seas and so saving our mess-room doors.

    SMALL-BOAT SAILING

  • A volley of stones thrummed and boomed the wire mosquito nettings that protected the windows.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • Once that camo nettings gone, the fire wont have much fuel.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • Once that camo nettings gone, the fire wont have much fuel.

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  • Once that camo nettings gone, the fire wont have much fuel.

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  • Once that camo nettings gone, the fire wont have much fuel.

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  • Once that camo nettings gone, the fire wont have much fuel.

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  • Yet, from time to time the elderly passenger, leaning over the bulwark nettings, looked with something like uneasiness at the horizon.

    A Woman of Thirty

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