- v. present participle of fend.
“Pennington succeeded in fending off a chase by Serena Bishop (Sunnyside Sports), who finished two spots better than last week in third.”
“He shows it by his heart and courage in fending off these idiotic attacks.”
“So how did the space crew do in fending off these public-relations asteroids?”
“It is meant to inform and equip those who would be interested in fending off false allegations.”
“When the building maintenance man, Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), rescues Dre from one of several beatings by the Cheng gang, Dre is impressed by Mr. Han’s moves in fending off the attackers.”
“Entrepreneurs and, increasingly, corporate employees were hawked the idea of fending for themselves for health insurance, where they were effectively punished in the form of unaffordable rates for any preexisting conditions.”
“Langer not only has won back-to-back Champions Tour majors, he also almost scoffed at the idea of fending off the Pacific Northwest denizens.”
“Obferve here, the nature of the miffion itfelf, it is called a fending; Come now, and I will send thee.”
“I am seriously worried that the whole thing is going to bring the whole of politics into disrepute, meaning that people will start "fending" for themselves and largely ignoring rules and regs.”
“And just imagine the children who are involved, the babies and the children who are helpless, and, in some cases, don ` t know where their parents are, and, you know, are kind of fending for their self.”
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