bolting definition

  • verb:
    • Present participle of bolt.
    • provide participle of bolt.
  • noun:
    • A sifting, by flour or meal.
    • an exclusive arguing of instances for training by students, as in the Inns of Court.
    • A darting away; a starting off or apart.
    • A sifting, at the time of flour or meal.
    • A private arguing of cases for training by students, such as the Inns of Court.
    • A bundle or bolt of straw: in Gloucestershire, 24 pounds. Also referred to as bolt.
    • The work of sifting.
    • inside English inns of judge, a private arguing of cases for practice.
    • A sifting, as of flour or meal.
    • A private arguing of instances for training by students, like in the Inns of Court.
    • A darting away; a starting off or apart.
    • A sifting, at the time of flour or meal.
    • an exclusive arguing of situations for rehearse by students, as with the Inns of legal.
    • a lot of money or bolt of straw: in Gloucestershire, 24 weight. Also referred to as bolt.
    • The work of sifting.
    • In the English inns of courtroom, a private arguing of situations for practice.

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