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  • v. Present participle of king.


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  • That was pre-kindergarten, before Cato started kinging-it up, trading on a charisma he never had chance to figure the why of.

    Comes After Cato

  • A pox upon this business of kinging it! he thought.

    Conan Of The Isles

  • Didn't I hear from one of the Brotherhood that ye were kinging it over some inland realm or other?

    Conan Of The Isles

  • Both the boys claimed to excel in the art of kinging the ring; but, unfortunately, neither one had a top with him.

    Left Behind or, Ten Days a Newsboy

  • Oral Sex Seat, you can take queening or kinging to a new level.

    Quips and Chains

  • Take that literally with a queening / kinging stool that uses a toilet seat as part of the design.

    Quips and Chains

  • The game's main character has taken the day off from kinging to appear as a rather adorable little figure, and Destructoid is the lucky outlet to get its hands on the little blighter.


  • I can’t think he’d be thrilled at the thought of kinging it over a bunch of desert Arabs.

    Antony and Cleopatra


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