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  • n. Plural form of silvering.


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  • _ Aw shannot want thes or thi silverings either to mak mo happy then, maister.

    Stephen Archer and Other Tales

  • No "single silverings" yet marked the raven ringlets which waved down his temples; and, though his years were forty and three, his appearance did not betoken him to be above thirty.

    Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17

  • Even the colour is indeterminate and continually shifting: now you would say it was green, now gray, now blue; now tree stands above tree, like “cloud on cloud,” massed into filmy indistinctness; and now, at the wind’s will, the whole sea of foliage is shaken and broken up with little momentary silverings and shadows.

    Virginibus Puerisque and other papers


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