Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of eel.
  • n. fishing for eels

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Here she is this morning (with Rosie diManno dutifully in tow), eeling on again about Colvin.

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  • He's been hinting to quitting since season 2, my gur eeling is that he wanted out to save Sam.

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  • He was beginning a leap to the plain where the Linyaari was kn eeling when the ground bucked up and knocked him onto his tail.

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  • Which I eventually did see, thanks to my osmotic eeling powers, as I shouldered toward the front row throughout, occupying niches emptied in the demos as sated spectators fell back or ran off to some other delight, until I had as good a view as anyone not pounding away at a bongo drum.

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  • The French learned from the Indians how to hunt in the winter before the animals went away to bear their young, and struggled to master the intricate techniques of eeling in the fall.

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  • They seem to be able to just experience it and go with the eeling rather than spending a lot of time picking it apart and trying to figure out what it means.

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  • Currently, Essar's offer values the W.eeling, W. Va., steelmaker's stock at $750 million in total, while Severstal's offer comes to $670 million.

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  • Two hours later, replete with a surprisingly good meal, he was eeling out the emergency exit without tripping its automatic alarm.

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  • Am enjoying myself, but stillf eeling my way is to what kind of animal this blog might be.

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  • [So I think that it has to do with self esteem, but people think that when you say that you are telling kids that all they need to do is have a good f eeling, that's artificial.]

    Oral History Interview with Willie Mae Lee Crews, June 16, 2005. Interview U-0020. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

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