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  • n. Plural form of timbering.

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Examples

  • We found him lying in a pool of water, among brown weeds in the dark shadow of the timberings.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • It is from twelve to fifteen feet deep, very strongly revetted with timberings and stout wicker-work.

    Attack An Infantry Subaltern's Impression of July 1st, 1916

  • And on the waters came shapes, came things that flashed upon us for a moment, now a half-submerged boat, now a cow, now a huge fragment of a house's timberings, now a muddle of packing-cases and scaffolding.

    The World Set Free

  • Rotten from age, the timberings had slipped and become jammed.

    The Highgrader

  • The timberings are rotten and they might fall on you.

    The Highgrader

  • The timberings are rotted and the whole top of the working ready to cave in.

    Crooked Trails and Straight

  • Mr. mittel - Argoth set lavate. not corrrect. temple sat one 302.209 'lASGATION TO Acxt. Cyprs of Mith - serpentrine of colors salts seth of septh. argoth timberings - argath sempter.

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