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  • v. Present participle of bombinate.

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Examples

  • They are what is known as bombinating in a vacuum.

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  • As it is, the News Chronicle version of Fascism as a kind of homicidal mania peculiar to Colonel Blimps bombinating in the economic void has been established more firmly than ever.

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  • Unfortunately, a chimera bombinating in a vacuum is, nowadays, only too capable of producing secondary causes.

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  • It would be as easy and as profitable a problem to solve the Rabelaisian riddle of the bombinating chimaera with its potential or hypothetical faculty of deriving sustenance from a course of diet on second intentions, as to read the riddle of Shakespeare's design in the procreation of this yet more mysterious and magnificent monster of a play.

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  • He said again, 'I am tired of seeing the human mind bogged in a social plenum; I prefer to paint it in a vacuum, freely and sportively bombinating.'"

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