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  • verb Present participle of dere.


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  • HIllary wants to introduce a tax holiday for this summer but can't do anything about it until she is in the White House in January. dering

    New Obama response spot on the gas tax

  • Dead horses notwithstanding, Sayler's subjects tend to be sparse and unsentimental: a glacier's flank, a stand of smol-dering trees, a smoke-filled sky, a shack in the desert.

    GOOD Magazine: Into The Coal Mine

  • Gerryman-dering ensures few upsets among black incumbents.

    Midterm Mud Bath

  • Gregorius, Leo, Vitellius and Macdugalius, four excavators, if she will not yield to him and also deceive Honuphrius by ren-dering conjugal duty when demanded.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Uliba was limp against me, gasping with relief, and I was shud dering weakly as I heard them hauling some heavy article across the trap, and then came the crunch and scrape and foul language of labourers delving in the packed earth.

    Flashman on the March

  • Her voice was small, barely audible over the thun - dering of his heart.

    Tanner Ties

  • "I suppose you'd better come in," she said with a wave of her hand, all the while won-dering what approach she should take for the part of Lionel's secret mistress.

    A Secret Vengeance

  • Bek watched with the others, won - dering what was happening.

    Ilse Witch

  • He found himself won - dering which of the three horrors of Ryer Ord Star's vision guarded this key.

    Ilse Witch

  • All the while, Bek watched Walker carefully, won - dering what the meeting was all about, what sort of favor the Druid could want of them, how he knew Coran Leah, what he was doing with a Wing Rider, and on and on.

    Ilse Witch


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