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  • v. Present participle of quest.

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Examples

  • "You know 'm, Jerry, you known the black fella boy," he said, his words quick and exciting, his hand moving in questing circles toward the blacks.

    Chapter 6

  • I called questing those charges and was told at that time that those charges would be removed once the dispute was finalized.

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  • “You know ’m, Jerry, you known the black fella boy,” he said, his words quick and exciting, his hand moving in questing circles toward the blacks.

    CHAPTER VI

  • Sword questing ahead, he climbed careful step by careful step.

    Conan The Unconquered

  • - Gillan-My will sent that call questing out, though my lips did not shape the name.

    Year of the Unicorn

  • "WoW has a real advantage over us in the sense that they have that 1-79 experience with questing, which is pretty easy to do and not too hardcore," Dustin says, "and then it gets pretty hardcore with raids and PVP arena, but at that point, how comfortable are you with this character?"

    AskMen.com - HOME PAGE

  • (Our dumbed-down society discourages "questing," says Pasternak.)

    Britain: God Save The President

  • One regrets, however, to have to say that -- except for fresh, if not very strong, evidence of that "questing" character which we find all over the subjects of these two chapters -- the interest of Mme. de Villedieu's work can hardly be called great.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800

  • Mr. Bludyer himself does not fly into a passion over a squat volume published two centuries ago, even when, as in the case of the first edition of Harrington's _Oceana_, there is such a monstrous list of errata that the writer has to tell us, by way of excuse, that a spaniel has been "questing" among his papers.

    Gossip in a Library

  • Blog post: An end to stereotypical MMO "questing"?

    "BANPC" via James Bow in Google Reader

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