goaf definition

  • noun:
    • That part of a mine from where the mineral was partially or completely removed; the waste left in old functions.
    • That element of a mine that the mineral has-been partially or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings; -- labeled as also gob .
    • A stack or dick, at the time of grain.
    • A rick of corn inside straw laid up in a barn.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a space from which coal is worked away, and that will be almost loaded with refuse.
    • That element of a mine from where the mineral has been partly or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings.
    • That element of a mine from which the mineral happens to be partly or completely removed; the waste left in old workings; -- called additionally gob .
    • That section of a mine that the mineral has been partially or wholly eliminated; the waste left in old functions.
    • That section of a mine from which the mineral was partly or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings.
    • That part of a mine from which the mineral happens to be partly or completely removed; the waste left in old workings.
    • A stack or cock, by whole grain.
    • That element of a mine where the mineral was partially or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings; -- called additionally gob .
    • A rick of corn within the straw laid up in a barn.
    • That section of a mine that the mineral has been partly or completely removed; the waste left in old workings; -- called additionally gob .
    • That section of a mine that the mineral has-been partly or completely removed; the waste left in old functions; -- labeled as in addition gob .
    • That element of a mine from which the mineral happens to be partially or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings.
    • 3. In coal-mining, an area from which coal has been worked away, and which can be pretty much full of refuse.
    • A stack or cock, since whole grain.
    • A stack or cock, by grain.
    • A stack or dick, as of whole grain.
    • That section of a mine from where the mineral has-been partly or wholly removed; the waste left in old functions.
    • A rick of corn inside straw laid up in a barn.
    • That element of a mine from which the mineral is partially or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings; -- called in addition gob .
    • A rick of corn in the straw laid up in a barn.
    • A rick of corn within the straw laid up in a barn.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a space from where coal has been worked away, and which will be pretty much loaded with refuse.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a space from which coal is worked away, and which can be more or less full of refuse.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a space that coal happens to be worked away, and which is more or less filled up with refuse.
    • A stack or cock, since whole grain.
    • A rick of corn when you look at the straw-laid up in a barn.
    • That part of a mine where the mineral happens to be partly or wholly eliminated; the waste left in old functions; -- called additionally gob .
    • A stack or dick, at the time of whole grain.
    • A rick of corn within the straw laid up in a barn.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a space from where coal has been worked away, and which can be more or less loaded with refuse.
    • 3. In coal-mining, a place from which coal is worked away, and which can be just about full of refuse.

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