flittern definition

  • noun:
    • The bark received from young pine trees.
    • The bark obtained from young oak woods.
    • The bark obtained from younger oak woods.
    • The bark obtained from young pine woods.
    • The bark received from young pine trees.
    • The bark received from youthful pine woods.
    • The bark received from younger oak woods.
  • adjective:
    • a phrase applied to the bark obtained from youthful pine trees.
    • a phrase put on the bark obtained from youthful oak woods.
    • A term placed on the bark obtained from youthful pine woods.
    • A term put on the bark obtained from younger pine woods.
    • A term placed on the bark received from young oak woods.
    • A term applied to the bark obtained from young oak trees.
    • a phrase placed on the bark obtained from younger oak trees.
  • others:
    • In tanning. placed on the bark of youthful oak-trees, as distinguished from compared to old trees, which is called timber-bark, and is less important than flittern bark as a tanning representative.
    • In tanning. put on the bark of young oak-trees, as distinguished from that old woods, called timber-bark, and is less important than flittern bark as a tanning agent.
    • In tanning. applied to the bark of young oak-trees, as distinguished from that old woods, called timber-bark, and is less valuable than flittern bark as a tanning broker.
    • In tanning. put on the bark of youthful oak-trees, as distinguished from compared to old woods, called timber-bark, and it is less important than flittern bark as a tanning broker.
    • In tanning. applied to the bark of younger oak-trees, as distinguished from compared to old trees, called timber-bark, and is less valuable than flittern bark as a tanning agent.
    • In tanning. put on the bark of younger oak-trees, as distinguished from that of old trees, called timber-bark, and it is less valuable than flittern bark as a tanning agent.
    • In tanning. applied to the bark of youthful oak-trees, as distinguished from that of old trees, to create timber-bark, and it is less important than flittern bark as a tanning agent.

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