Did you maybe mean winning?
- v. present participle of wine.
“But the singer was recently the subject of a bidding frenzy that found just about every major label wining and dining the former pariah until Carey, 32, chose Universal's Island Def Jam Records last week.”
“Even in wining the final four games of a nine-game interleague homestand including a three-game sweep of Tampa Bay the rotation worked only 21 innings and allowed 15 earned runs.”
“Blanc's first squad appears to be built around the 2004 European Under-17 title wining team, a generation featuring Benzema, Samir Nasri, Hatem Ben Arfa and Jeremy Menez, who despite their talent have failed to live up to expectations.”
“No, I don't know what "wining" means either, but that's what it says in Welsh.”
“The dancing, oh the dancing in St. Lucia... "wining" as they call it here... is very, uhmmm, fun to watch?”
“Mr. Fuller alluded to criticism earlier this year of the CVB's spending habits when he said a public convention authority would feel constrained about doing the kind of wining and dining that it often takes to convince convention planners to bring their groups to town.”
“That would not be such a good idea when going out for a day of 'wining'.”
“One very good question; in the new mandates that you are bidding for and the mandates that you don't ultimately win, could you talk a little bit in terms of, are they specific competitors that you are seeing kind of wining these mandates or can you kind of talk about why you may not be winning certain mandates?”
“#politics (via @kingbloomberg) What is more undemocratic, that or extending your own term wolfhesse Politics isn't a zero-sum game: one party "wining" benefits no one.”
“B (my better half) and I love wine and entertaining friends while "wining" (only B spells my wining differently ;) )!”
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