Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hover.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Is it possible that shampooing sounds far more agreeable than scrubbing because the word hovered between ideas of health and hedonism when it first entered English?

    The English Is Coming!

  • Is it possible that shampooing sounds far more agreeable than scrubbing because the word hovered between ideas of health and hedonism when it first entered English?

    The English Is Coming!

  • His expression hovered somewhere between disgusted and concerned as he watched his ex-girlfriend toss the wipe aside and snag yet another.

    Pure Sin

  • His pulse leaped and her name hovered on his lips.

    The Hostage Bride

  • His pulse leaped and her name hovered on his lips.

    The Hostage Bride

  • His pulse leaped and her name hovered on his lips.

    The Hostage Bride

  • The word hovered in the air a moment after she’d spoken.

    Last Christmas

  • The word hovered in the air a moment after she’d spoken.

    Last Christmas

  • His expression hovered somewhere between curiosity and suspicion.

    Bloodlines

  • Her expression hovered somewhere between excitement and dismay.

    Time Scout

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