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- v. Present participle of pigeon.
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I realized the charge by fastening on a noble lord who had been one of the most adroit in pigeoning me.
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.
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.
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.
Just about everyone does. jd, i did find timmie's revelations very interesting and appropriately pigeoning you into a PC hole.
“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?
"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?