- v. present participle of ware.
“Maybe I'm just cynical and jaded, but I don't think the "waring" between religion and science is going to stop with this.”
“Mr. Panetta said he believed the new government is taking the right steps to reach out to the waring militias and bring them together.”
“Now I understand that it was not them, but my own conviction that was waring inside me.”
“I don't know what the answer is to waring in the Middle East ...”
“I used to live between two waring estates, coming from neither I was fair game for either side.”
“With the country fighting two wars, and the economy nearing historic depresion levels, the last think America needed was waring parties between the White House and the Vice Presidential Office.”
“While it is true that there is some nudity in the publication (and not really many photos of models actually waring A&F clothing), I do love that all of the photographs are shot by one of my fave photographers Bruce Weber.”
“Adding to the worries, Standard & Poor's issued a report Friday waring that failure to address the sovereign-debt problems could lead to more pronounced economic downturn.”
“For all his verbal flights of inspiration, his charismatic eccentricity, his brilliance - he is being left by those he loves, he is drinking more and teaching less, even his penchant for boys reading Elliot's 'Four Quartets' aloud is waring thin.”
“May 6, 2010 at 3:26 pm teh cween isnt waring underweres?”
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