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  • v. Present participle of god.

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Examples

  • Some creationist writings cite a “creator god” who can be seen as separate from the primary Judeo-Christian-Islamic god, who got his start in the godding business as a storm god.

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  • Was it REALLY on of the Greek, Roman, Native American, Aborigines, Hindu entities, or was it some new Papua New Guinean upstart, just getting started in the godding business?

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  • You may find that you enjoy gardening more than godding.

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  • "The man who encouraged and assisted him, not to mention working on his fears and godding him to desperation, is scarcely the person to blame him," replied I sternly.

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  • The bishops and other church dignitaries tried for a while to renew the old king-godding 'mumpsimus'; but the second Charles laughed at them, and they quarrelled with his successor, and hated the hero who delivered them from him too thoroughly to have flattered him with any unction, even if William's Dutch phlegm had not precluded the attempt by making its failure certain.

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  • Thus we have Cæsar most blown with arrogance and godding it in the loftiest style when the daggers of the assassins are on the very point of leaping at him.

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  • While Wilbon agreed it was OK and not corny, he added that this sort of "godding up" of athletes "is dangerous."

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  • a society we've been headed this way for a long time, and we in the sports media have done our part in creating this line of LeBrons by godding them up so extensively.

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  • "Fat chance we got of godding over Injuns this close to a town!

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