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  • verb Present participle of powwow.

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Examples

  • The treatment, called powwowing, consisted of repeating long lists of words that she had learned from a book called "The Black Arts."

    The Poorhouse Waif and His Divine Teacher

  • On the low hill to the east the Indians kept up a tremendous powwowing and yelling.

    Chapter 13

  • It's all well and good that Bush and Putin are powwowing in Russia.

    Cable Neuhaus: The Runaway Bride: Not Yet Dead

  • Robert emphasizes that the conservative conference in Austin was focused on training, not powwowing.

    Daily Digest: The Evolutionary Tracks of the Left and Right

  • Robert emphasizes that the conservative conference in Austin was focused on training, not powwowing.

    Daily Digest: The Evolutionary Tracks of the Left and Right

  • Imagine the illuminating good that could be done if President Bush took a similar field trip, actually sitting down and powwowing with drug addicts at a rehab clinic, cons in a work-release program, or returning vets coping with disabilities without his huge banana-republic entourage functioning as a mile-long bulletproof prophylactic.

    The Simple Life: White House Edition

  • I think her and Matt also have great chemistry that Katie had with Matt, and so, I think it ` s the same sort of idea, like here she ` s has powwowing for these women for years and here ` s a great opportunity to move into the No. 1 morning news show.

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2006

  • They could, of course, like the tribes had talked, endlessly, powwowing, humphing, promising never to bother each other but then there was the arrow again and the clear target: the temptation.

    Just a Corpse at Twilight

  • These gifts having been received with great rejoicing, there followed feasting, powwowing in council, and a scalp-dance, all of which occupied three days and consumed, in good Indian fashion, the provisions which should have helped them to get through the fast approaching winter.

    French Pathfinders in North America

  • Besides the Grand Council and the tribal council, there were councils of the minor chiefs, and councils of the younger warriors, and even councils of the women, for a large part of an Indian's time was taken up with powwowing.

    French Pathfinders in North America

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