Definitions for kentledgeˈkɛnt lɪdʒ
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Weights (often scrap or pig iron) used as permanent ballast on ships.
A system of weights (usually concrete or cast-iron blocks) used for load-testing piled foundations.
Origin: From quintelage
pigs of iron used for ballast
Origin: [OF. cant edge, corner, D. kant. See Cant edge, angle.]
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