Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The music of the planets or spheres.

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Examples

  • -- The word "planeting" was, I suppose, coined by Marlowe.

    The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Vol. 3 (of 3)

  • Gotta Book originally commemorates Pluto's de-planeting (not in a fib, but just as terse) and Greg Leitich Smith has no poetry whatsoever, but does have some scientific input into the whole Pluto mess (and it's so cool, what with the Pluto poems, that I had to include his post)

    Poetry Friday

  • Gotta Book originally commemorates Pluto's de-planeting (not in a fib, but just as terse) and Greg Leitich Smith has no poetry whatsoever, but does have some scientific input into the whole Pluto mess (and it's so cool, what with the Pluto poems, that I had to include his post)

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Not only could it be placed on personna lock at planeting, so it could not be entered and could serve as a refuge for the scout if the need arose - but inwardly it was constructed so that its engines responded to one man alone, he who was signed to it.

    Dread Companion

  • Once more Jorth told of his planeting as a First-In Scout, of his accidental entrapment in the gray world, and of the year when that happened.

    Dread Companion

  • So, the fact that the first ship planeting here that could provide room for us would carry us back to Chalox was accepted.

    Dread Companion

  • While his ship did not run on a tight schedule, yet time did set some barriers on each planeting.

    The Zero Stone

  • That it was important, and its answer could only come by learning the identity of the planeting ships.

    Night of masks

  • The planeting spacer might have fought some kind of weird duel with the other colony before it plunged to earth on the other side of the mountain range.

    The Defiant Agents

  • They had had idyllic weather for the six weeks since their planeting, no sign of any such trouble in the Hawaikan paradise.

    Key Out of Time

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