Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of filigree.

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Examples

  • And I've noticed that progressively in the last year, she had been kind of filigreeing her accomplishments on the trip, too.

    CNN Transcript Mar 25, 2008

  • Since more attention has gone into filigreeing details into each scene than worrying about the way they'll fit together, the rattletrap engages you moment-to-moment, even as the overall pacing stops and lurches alarmingly …

    Awards Daily's Oscar Countdown

  • Since more attention has gone into filigreeing details into each scene than worrying about the way they'll fit together, the rattletrap engages you moment to moment, even as the overall pacing stops and lurches alarmingly.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • Because more attention has gone into filigreeing details into each scene than worrying about the way they'll fit together, the rattletrap engages you moment to moment, even as the overall pacing stops and lurches alarmingly.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • Since more attention has gone into filigreeing details into each scene than worrying about the way they'll fit together, the rattletrap engages you moment-to-moment, even as the overall pacing stops and lurches alarmingly.

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue

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