poling definition

  • verb:
    • provide participle of pole.
  • noun:
    • The work of encouraging or of propelling by way of a pole or poles.
    • The operation of dispersing wormcasts over the walks with poles.
    • among the poles or planks used in upholding along side it earth in excavating a tunnel, ditch, etc.
    • The act of promoting or of propelling in the shape of a-pole or poles
    • The procedure of dispersing worm casts within the walks with poles.
    • one of many poles or planks used in upholding along side it earth in excavating a tunnel, ditch, etc.
    • The act of employing a-pole for almost any purpose.
    • a procedure used in toughening copper.
    • In horticulture, the operation of scattering wormcasts on garden-walks with poles.
    • The boards (collectively) always line the within of a tunnel during its construction, to avoid the falling of this planet or any other free material.
    • Cramming for evaluation; tough study.
    • In dyeing, the process of working free cotton or wool fiber in dye-vats with poles.
    • In elect, the modification or arrangement of this poles of an open magnetic circuit.

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