- From daw + -ing. (Wiktionary)
“Weel, theres ane abune abut well see if the red cock craw not in his bonnie barn-yard ae morning before day-dawing.”
“We killed an ox, in Burgie, about the dawing of the day, and we brought the ox with us home to Aulderne, and did eat all amongst us in an house in”
“She led to the dawing-room: on the way, Tarrant felt a surprise that in so small a house the drawing-room should be correctly situated on the upper floor.”
“Some very prominent persons of the present day are much given to "hum-dawing," which is often a species of conversational hedging.”
“If any one hacks and haws in speaking, it is called "hum-dawing.”
“The cawing and dawing rises to a pitch, and then declines; the wood is silent, and it is suddenly night.”
“English -- ergo, both of us ought to box away the insult with our fists; so "they set a combat us between, to fecht it in the dawing" -- that is, just after breakfast, in the school-room.”
“Weel, there's Ane abune a '; but we'll see if the red cock craw not in his bonnie barn-yard ae morning before day-dawing.”
“Everware: the dawing age of ubiquitous computing”
“Thats why Im sure youre going to ask me whose engine is needed for dawing these scrollbars, and then how could you compile it, etc ...”
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