Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of lair.

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Examples

  • All the tales of monsters lairing within caves swirled into his mind then and he hesitated.

    Merlin's Mirror

  • "Well, what about a secret cult among humans, born of isolation and ignorance, lairing in the wilderness, stealing children when they can for -"

    The Queen of Air and Darkness

  • Merseia, rival, aggressor, troublemaker, menace lairing out beyond Betelgeuse; she'd accepted the slogans like everybody else, never stopping to think about them.

    A Circus of Hells

  • We were squidding that day, out on the reef - you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.

    The Princess

  • And thro 'the drift, deep-lairing, sprattle [- sinking, scramble]

    Robert Burns How To Know Him

  • Midfielder: It will be interesting where this goes … media reports about AFL pressure on smaller media companies … AFL respond they are lairing and we will sue.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • "We were squidding that day, out on the reef -- you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.

    The Red One

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