[too-bing, tyoo-]


material in the form of a tube: glass tubing.
tubes collectively.
a piece of tube: two feet of copper tubing.
Also called inner-tubing. the sport or recreation of floating down a river or stream on an inner tube.

Origin of tubing

First recorded in 1835–45; tube + -ing1
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Related Words for tubings

tube, sock, tights, tubing, hosiery, breeches

Examples from the Web for tubings

Historical Examples of tubings

  • "Easy job this, matey," whispered Dollops as he and Cleek advanced upon the stack of tubings and each started to lift one down.

British Dictionary definitions for tubings



tubes collectively
a length of tube
a system of tubes
fabric in the form of a tube, used for pillowcases and some cushions; piping
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