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  • v. Present participle of pigeon.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I realized the charge by fastening on a noble lord who had been one of the most adroit in pigeoning me.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 337, October 25, 1828

  • After having passed through a career with tolerable credit, which would have blasted the character of any vulgar personage, Felix Lorraine ended by pigeoning a young nobleman, whom, for that purpose, he had made his intimate friend.

    Vivian Grey

  • Somehow or other he contrives to have cash at command, and, instead of being pigeoned, has now taken to pigeoning others; and, to give the devil his due, I fancy he does a very pretty stroke of business in that line.

    Frank Fairlegh Scenes From The Life Of A Private Pupil

  • They realize they'd rather the folks at our place work their heart outs -- in our case calling, Skype-ing, tweeting, SMSing, emailing, carrier-pigeoning, mailing, and stopping over to see the media and other influential types -- instead of composing truckloads of memorandums they're not going to read anyway.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Just about everyone does. jd, i did find timmie's revelations very interesting and appropriately pigeoning you into a PC hole.

    Patterico's Pontifications

  • “My good child, did I say a single word about fleecing or cheating, or pigeoning, or did I fly into a passion when you insulted me?

    The Virginians

  • "My good child, did I say a single word about fleecing or cheating, or pigeoning, or did I fly into a passion when you insulted me?

    The Virginians

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