Definition of lashing. Meaning of lashing. Synonyms of lashing

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Definition of lashing

lashing
Lasher Lash"er, n. 1. A piece of rope for binding or making fast one thing to another; -- called also lashing. 2. A weir in a river. [Eng.] --Halliwell.
Lashing
Lashing Lash"ing, n. The act of one who, or that which, lashes; castigation; chastisement. --South. Lashing out, a striking out; also, extravagance.
Lashing
Lashing Lash"ing, n. See 2d Lasher.

Meaning of lashing from wikipedia

- Lash or Lashing may refer to: Eyelash Whiplash (disambiguation) Lashing (ropework), a form of connecting solid objects tightly using rope or cord Flagellation...
- A lashing is an arrangement of rope, wire, or webbing with linking device used to secure and fasten two or more items together in a somewhat rigid manner...
- A tie down strap (also known as a ratchet strap, a lashing strap or a tie down) is a fastener used to hold down cargo or equipment during transport. Tie...
- pioneering to start and finish a lashing such as the traditional square lashing, tripod lashing, round lashing and shear lashing. The clove hitch is tied by...
- potential injury. Lashing is the securing of cargo for transportation with the goal of minimizing shifting. Items used for lashing include ropes, cables...
- A D-ring is a D-shaped metal ring used primarily as a lashing point in a tie-down system. Depending on their function D-rings may vary in composition...
- The pewag group is an internationally operating group of companies. Its track record goes back to the year 1479. The pewag group is one of the oldest chain...
- Joseph A. Lashinger, Jr. (born August 7, 1953) is a former Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory...
- poles and the securing of sailing masts. The square lashing, diagonal lashing, and shear lashing are well-known lashings used to bind poles perpendicularly...
- Amos Dresser (Peru, M****achusetts, December 17, 1812 – Lawrence, Kansas, February 5, 1904) was a minister who, when a student, was publicly whipped in...