- v. present participle of weekend.
“She told me, firstly, that Ar-hap was believed to be away at war, "weekending" as was his custom, amongst rebellious tribes, and by starting at once up the water, I should very probably get to the town before he did.”
“weekending" as was his custom, amongst rebellious tribes, and by starting at once up the water, I should very probably get to the town before he did.”
“Farhadi made a name from himself here two years ago with the modest ensemble piece About Elly, in which an unhappy young woman disappears from a weekending group of friends who have put her in a compromising situation.”
“DFers weekending in Cuernavaca has been happening for a long time.”
“Obama, who was weekending at the presidential retreat of Camp David, has not made any official pronouncement.”
“I am profoundly driven by the need to keep England wild and although I realize I am like an alien species as a weekending Londoner; I spend a lot of my time cajoling my friends with money and property to invest in keeping their places wild too.”
“Popular with weekending Capetonians, it's a charming working village with tiny corrugated tin-roofed cottages.”
“Today, by all accounts, the cottages have been restored and sold to the weekending classes.”
“The bit I want to see dropped is the Telephone Tax on the elderly who rely on fixed line telephones to keep in touch with their families, who are going to be taxed so the children of weekending bankers can keep in touch with their mates on facebook.”
“Step Two: Eliminate relationships of convenience: Then I'd have to rid myself of the advances of my bed and breakfast weekending, grocery shopping, codependent pseudo boyfriend who just recently met my parents.”
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