Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of duchess.

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Examples

  • Two phrases come to mind on reading this: 'duchessing' and 'Potemkin vilages'.

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  • Two phrases come to mind on reading this: "duchessing" and "Potemkin vilages".

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  • Two way duchessing, huh? by Richard Neville on Sunday, Jul 27, 2008 at 6: 37: 52 PM

    Washington comes to Mr Smith

  • 'There are massive vested interests at play here, and highly paid bankers are famously good at duchessing poorly paid officials and politicians.

    Henry Thornton Blogs

  • Part of the difficulty of duchessing people into becoming Liberal candidates is that the experience prepares them poorly for the hard graft of political life.

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  • This is what a party machine's currency is - access and duchessing and monopolising coverage.

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  • Around the globe the public debate is finally moving away from what's wrong with the duchessing of doctors, to what on earth we can do about it.

    Crikey » Canberra Calling

  • There are massive vested interests at play here, and highly paid bankers are famously good at duchessing poorly paid officials and politicians.

    Henry Thornton Blogs

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