cradling definition

  • verb:
    • Present participle of cradle.
    • current participle of cradle.
  • noun:
    • The work where one cradles a kid an such like.
    • The work of employing a cradle (the tool).
    • The cutting of a cask into two pieces lengthwise, to enable it to pass through a narrow destination, the 2 components becoming after ward united and rehooped.
    • The framework in curved or coved ceilings that the laths are nailed.
    • The work of utilizing a cradle.
    • Cutting a cask into two pieces lengthwise, allow it to pass a narrow destination, the two components becoming later united and rehooped.
    • The framework in curved or coved ceilings that the laths tend to be nailed.
    • The act of rocking in a cradle; hence, cultivate in infancy; the time of infancy.
    • In carpentry: wood framing for sustaining the laths and plaster of a vaulted roof.
    • The framework to which the entablature of a wooden shop-front is attached.
    • In cooperage, the cutting of a cask in two lengthwise, so as to enable it to pass through a narrow destination, the pieces being afterwards united.
    • The act where one cradles a child etc.
    • The work of using a cradle (the tool).
    • The cutting of a cask into two pieces lengthwise, allow it to pass through a narrow destination, both parts being afterward united and rehooped.
    • The framework in curved or coved ceilings to which the laths are nailed.
    • The act of utilizing a cradle.
    • Cutting a cask into two pieces lengthwise, to allow it to pass through a narrow destination, the 2 parts being afterwards united and rehooped.
    • The framework in arched or coved ceilings to which the laths are nailed.
    • The act of rocking in a cradle; therefore, nurture in infancy; the time scale of infancy.
    • In carpentry: Timber framing for sustaining the laths and plaster of a vaulted roof.
    • The framework to which the entablature of a wooden shop-front is affixed.
    • In cooperage, the cutting of a cask in 2 lengthwise, in order to allow it to pass through a narrow location, the pieces becoming afterwards united.

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