Lofting

[ lawf-ting, lof- ]
/ ˈlɔf tɪŋ, ˈlɒf- /

noun

Hugh, 1886–1947, U.S. author of books for children, born in England.

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Example sentences from the Web for Lofting

  • An interesting case was quoted to me some time since of the success a man achieved in lofting over stymies, and the reason why.

    The Happy Golfer|Henry Leach
  • There was no lofting, and both windows were open, so that a cool breeze was blowing right through.

    Labrador Days|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • Horizontal holes are frequently put in and artificial beds made by "lofting."