Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of kodak.

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Examples

  • French bride who went kodaking round while her husband talked with an archaeological official, evidently Spanish.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Such phases of it as we did succeed in mentally kodaking are hardly to be 'developed' in cold print.

    Metaphor.

  • The guns of the rovers are silenced; but the tintype man, the enlarged photograph brigand, the kodaking tourist and the scouts of the gentle brigade of fakirs have found it out, and carry on the work.

    Cabbages and Kings

  • American tourists were kodaking his lodge-gates; while the tea-shop opposite the lych-gate was full of people buying postcards of the old font as it had lain twenty years in the sexton's shed.

    A Diversity of Creatures

  • Joseph is gone to Nice to educate himself in kodaking -- and to get the pictures mounted which mama thinks she took here; but I noticed she didn't take the plug out, as a rule.

    Mark Twain, a Biography. Complete

  • Another day there was a nursery-girl there with a baby that cried; on another, still more distractingly, a fashionable young French bride who went kodaking round while her husband talked with an archaeological official, evidently Spanish.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Joseph is gone to Nice to educate himself in kodaking — and to get the pictures mounted which mama thinks she took here; but I noticed she didn’t take the plug out, as a rule.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

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