Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of hove.

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Examples

  • However for us today to believe a chance alignment of stars or Jupiter hoving into view at a specific time and you personally being influenced or having your personality determined is off in the realms of fairies, goblins, hobgoblins and hobbits.

    Debunking Astrology: Mars Can't Influence You | Universe Today

  • When I ask how she and Melanie met, though, there's a pause, then a sigh and I think I might get a taste of what Chris the shopkeeper experienced, the Japanese bombers hoving into view …

    Mary Portas: high street superheroine

  • Shares were trading about 10% lower Thursday, hoving just above the offering price.

    Ascent Solar Descends After Offering

  • You might feel then, that the sight of an F1-11 hoving into view, dumping its fuel and setting light to it was not exactly what the planet needed.

    Archive 2007-03-11

  • You might feel then, that the sight of an F1-11 hoving into view, dumping its fuel and setting light to it was not exactly what the planet needed.

    Kneel Before the Tree God

  • My Summary is this, with the prospect of a virtually Stalinist Labour Council hoving into view we should all get the things that divide us into proportion.

    The Chimera of UKIP

  • My Summary is this, with the prospect of a virtually Stalinist Labour Council hoving into view we should all get the things that divide us into proportion.

    Archive 2006-10-22

  • I could tell where she was by this black cloud hoving in the air.

    The monday panty shot, plus badminton and raining blood (a happy post!)

  • I could tell where she was by this black cloud hoving in the air.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • National polls show the president's disapproval numbers hoving near 50 percent.

    October 2004

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