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- adj. Of or pertaining to prayer.
- n. An act of saying a prayer.
- v. Present participle of pray.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from pray, v.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A service of prayer.
While watching a Broncos game at a Manhattan bar, Jared Kleinstein coined Tebowing , which he defined as praying "even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."
On Your Knee Pads Tebowing While watching a Broncos game at a Manhattan bar, Jared Kleinstein coined Tebowing, which he defined as praying "even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."
She was rather fond of the exercise which she called praying -- taking a larger image of herself into her confidence.
In order to compel its production, I might file a motion with the court asking (or in legalese, "praying") the court to force my opponent to cough up the object of my professional desire.
The Jews foster family keeping the kitchen kosher or praying is not problem.
If praying is just to calm and comfort myself and acknowledge the blessings in my life, then ok.
Steele when you throw out the republican Minister in Arizona who is baptist minister preaching the words from his pulpit that are so shameful, and praying from the puplit that the president dies, just go read them on fox news?
They're just amoral in praying for the continued suffering and lack of affordable health care for our citizens.
Not everyone is interested in praying for cheap beer, Nascar and cigarettes, dummy.
Our praying is thus inserted into the procession of the nations to God. snip