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  • v. Present participle of league.


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  • The cause of his oppressing them was probably due to the same offense as that of Hanani -- a strong expression of their dissatisfaction with his conduct in leaguing with

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • And if that's the kind of feel that women's sports can engender, as much as I believe it ought to be blindingly obvious that talented women deserve to make a living at it, I also like the idea of leaguing it out on one's own.

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • He claimed that all the Indians in the territory were leaguing together to kill all the French, that they may have nobody on their lands but their English brothers. . .

    George Washington’s First War

  • Dean of had been guilty, in exposing him to scenes and situations so much beneath his rank, by leaguing him with a person so coarse and disgraceful.


  • You mean to imply that you can save money by leaguing yourself with Major

    The Duke's Children

  • Mrs. Oldershaw, which would protect me from all danger of the two leaguing together against me if I trusted him.


  • The Two Tongues probably had some self-interest in leaguing himself with my husband's old enemy.

    The Skrayling Tree

  • The Outsider, as he showed me, has no reason to fear our leaguing against him.

    Exodus From The Long Sun

  • He found that his Egyptian officials -- some of them those he had most trusted -- were leaguing with the slavers, taking bribes, helping to undo the good work he had already done, and trying to rouse his troops into mutiny.

    The Story of General Gordon

  • The other was Mignard -- so illustrious by his pencil: he had an only daughter -- perfectly beautiful: she is repeated in several of those magnificent historical pictures which adorn the grand gallery of Versailles and its two salons, and which have had no slight share in irritating all Europe against the King, and in leaguing it still more against his person than his realm.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete


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