Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of affiance.

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Examples

  • Neither does an affiancing that arrives so early in the story.

    'Wolfman' Chases Its Tail

  • Neither does an affiancing that arrives so early in the story.

    'Wolfman' Chases Its Tail

  • Neither does an affiancing that arrives so early in the story.

    'Wolfman' Chases Its Tail

  • In affiancing him to Grania, his family had naturally assumed he would lead the life of a Latin squire, this being the heritage of his blood, and chosen his wife accordingly.

    The First Man in Rome

  • They had their customs of affiancing and divorcing; and perhaps by how much the less accurate they were about their divorces, (I mean with respect to the Jewish rules,) the nearer they might come to the first institution of

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • Then they feasted, with unearthly servitors to attend them, and did all else appropriate to an affiancing of deities.

    Figures of Earth

  • But if you will have me, upon your oaths to me of this our affiancing, I beseech you to give me no jewels, neither the revenue of provinces for my dower.

    Privy Seal His Last Venture

  • 'Great kings and lords upon their affiancing day have ever had the habit of granting their brides a boon or twain -- as the conferring of the revenues of a province, or the pardoning of criminals.'

    Privy Seal His Last Venture

  • Rumour said he had been on the point of affiancing another to one of the men now in prison.

    Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle

  • On the following day the affiancing, of which this entertainment had been the prelude, took place with great solemnity.

    The Life of Marie de Medicis

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