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  • v. Present participle of weet.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See witting, wittingly.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If a Dem had said something like that, you know thgat ABC and Fox would be weeting their pants.

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  • Accordingly we turned back, empty-handed without a doit, but it was irksome to us to return home at this hour of the night; so weeting not whither to go, we came to thee, well knowing thy kindness and wonted courtesy.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Then he brought out the ebony horse to the meadow in question and rode thither with all his troops and the Princess, little weeting the purpose of the Prince.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • But, presently, they said to her, O Julnar, thy lord is a stranger to us, and we have entered his house, without his leave or weeting.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Now when he had left me and I saw myself in this ugly and hateful shape, I wept for myself, but resigned my soul to the tyranny of Time and Circumstance, well weeting that Fortune is fair and constant to no man.

    Tehran Winter

  • Ley wherein he had cunningly inserted parcel of the same common ground contrary to the knowledge and weeting of the residue of his cofeoffees or some of them had entered upon parcel of the said common ground called

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  • This excellent peece of woorke thus running before euerie one, and weeting our handes and feete of an incredible sweetnesse, such as I neuer had felt before, we dryed our hands, and it was carryed away.

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  • Two or three whaups rose from the moss-hags and then sailed pee-weeting towards the hills, as if despatched by the moor to warn them of the coming of these strangers; and it was as if the range answered shortly,

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  • Shaghaftini, the wife of Haykar, brought meat and drink to her husband down in the Matamor, [FN#49] and every Friday she would provide him with a sufficiency for the following week without the weeting of anyone.

    Arabian nights. English

  • O who saddenest my glance albe weeting that I * No love but thy love will for ever requite?

    Arabian nights. English

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