- a timber lining, closely spaced, as in a shaft or raise.
- pieces of timber for lining a shaft, raise, etc.
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Gibbs' cribbing: "milk," "bread," "eggs," "hope," and "change."
The test shows a high correlation with mental age, but more than most others it is subject to the influence of cribbing.The Measurement of Intelligence|Lewis Madison Terman
Say, I've discovered who's been cribbing all those pretty little stones up at my aunt's!Fred Fenton on the Crew|Allen Chapman
How long do you suppose it would take to get the cribbing down from Ledyard?
Hour by hour the piles of cribbing dwindled, and on the elevator the distance from bin walls to post-tops grew shorter.
When the Central Branch Railroad was built, the company took corn of settlers in payment for lands, cribbing it by the road.Personal Recollections of Pardee Butler|Pardee Butler