Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of fiance.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Congress should enact laws making it mandatory to exclude private fiancing to elected office.

    Simpsons billionaire gets most write-in votes in NYC mayor race

  • Everytime he gets it cast, fiancing [sic] falls apart.

    CHUCK PALAHNIUK IS PROBABLY RICH

  • I interpreted his answer on the public fiancing question as "If McCain and I can come to an enforceable agreement whereby we both receive public financing AND prevent any outside advocacy groups from airing ads, than we might have an agreement."

    North Carolina GOP's Obama-Wright Ad Set To Run Tomorrow, Party Spokesperson Confirms

  • The project will be funded by tax increment fiancing district money.

    QCOnline Metro News

  • In the bizarro world that is MLB, Laurie got to buy out Wayne Huzinga, take the Marlins, and fiancing it by basically having MLB buy the Expos and then MLB would run the Expos.

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • Regarding the 0\% fiancing, it's being offered on SUVs and Saabs, none of which are making the cash register overheat.

    Autoblog

  • As to 0\% fiancing, it's being offered on SUVs and Saabs, none of which are making the cash register overheat.

    Autoblog

  • Instead of tackling the economy as the minister of finance, he is more interested in fiancing PR legislators!!!

    Planet Malaysia

  • Similarly, mortgage loan officers develop relationships with commercial and-residential realsstate agencies so that, when an individual or firm buys a property, the realq estate agent might recommend contacting ahspecific loan officeryor fiancing.

    Refinance 2nd Mortgage

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