A whipping on the breech or even the work of whipping on breech
- of Breech
- A whipping on the breech, or perhaps the work of whipping on the breech.
- That section of a harness which passes across the breech of a horse, enabling him to hold back a car.
- a very good rope rove through cascabel of a cannon and guaranteed to ringbolts when you look at the ship's part, to limit the recoil for the weapon when it is discharged.
- The sheet metal casing at the conclusion of boilers to convey the smoke from the flues to the smokestack.
The portion of the use that goes around a horse’s base.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Breech
- (n.) A whipping in the breech, and/or work of whipping on breech.
- (letter.) That element of a harness which passes round the breech of a horse, allowing him to hold back an automobile.
- (n.) A very good rope rove through cascabel of a cannon and guaranteed to ringbolts in the ship's part, to limit the recoil of this firearm when it is discharged.
- (n.) The sheet iron casing at the end of boilers to mention the smoke from the flues to your smokestack.
Then God spake unto the fish; and from the shuddering cold and blackness of the sea, the whale came breeching up towards the warm and pleasant sun, and all the delights of air and earth; and 'vomited out Jonah upon the dry land;' when the word of the Lord came a second time; and Jonah, bruised and beaten--his ears, like two sea-shells, still multitudinously murmuring of the ocean--Jonah did the Almighty's bidding.