Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Literally, a dipping or ducking; specifically, in falconry, a number of sheldrakes together.
- v. present participle of dop.
“- The "dopping" speech by army-Major I. Konstantaros in the Training Center of Thiva town, trying to equalize and put in the same feelings position soldiers with "shopkeepers who lose their properties".”
“I have a 3 year old powerbook that is dented to heck from dopping on hardwood floors, and crambed into backpacks throughout Europe.”
“An Old Hindu pilgrim busy dopping while on his journey to the amarnath cave at Ganderbal base camp in srinagar on 14 July 2009. in indian kashmir annual amarnath pilgrimage commenced from and Hindu Devotees some different parts of india and abroad are on their move to the state for the holy pilgrimage”
“Japan remained in deflation, meaning a net fall of prices, with prices dopping by 1.1 percent in February, having marked a fall of 1.3 percent in January.”
“When a download is finished (dragging and dopping it on Mac Shutdown X): using Safari using Firefox or Camino or Netscape using Speed Download”
“Every time an SGI article pops out, there come the whiners, blabbing how SGI screwed itself by dopping MIPS / Irix and going to Linux / Itanium ...”
“We like dopping off and picking up our kids at their friend's homes.”
“Try dopping the mail regarding this to every big company ... en Español”
“The word translated as faith "really means confession or profession of faith, but from the thust of the whole epistle, it is clear that the concern is for going on without swerving or dopping out of the community of faith, which one has entered on his profession of faith.”
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