Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The use of automobiles for business or pleasure traveling.

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Examples

  • Riding or driving, walking or autoing -- he is first.

    Watch Yourself Go By

  • Why shouldn't I go autoing when I have the chance?

    Little Lost Sister

  • It was while autoing toward the town of Franklin, on their way to

    The Outdoor Girls in a Motor Car The Haunted Mansion of Shadow Valley

  • And that's what I told Professor Mott, too, being superintendent -- and he's a righteous man, not going autoing on the Sabbath like the school-board members.

    Main Street

  • And that's what I told Professor Mott, too, being superintendent -- and he's a righteous man, not going autoing on the

    Main Street

  • During the first of the fire, some young society women with very poor taste, went autoing around the stricken districts as though it were a circus.

    Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror

  • Bentley's father had offered his car for the other half, thus saving them great expense for railroad tickets, and giving them the pleasure of autoing the whole long distance, the excitement rose and would not be calmed down again.

    Girl Scouts in the Adirondacks

  • Luther Barr, once clear of the grounds, had removed his uncomfortably warm autoing mask and the two lads, as the car vanished in a cloud of yellow dust, both cried out his name in sharp astonishment.

    The Boy Aviators' Treasure Quest

  • He used to follow the horse races before autoing became popular.

    Dave Porter and His Rivals or, The Chums and Foes of Oak Hall

  • Mott, too, being superintendent — and he’s a righteous man, not going autoing on the Sabbath like the school-board members.

    Main Street

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