Definitions

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  • noun The work of a ranger.

Etymologies

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ranger +‎ -ing

Examples

  • How did you make the leap from acting to rangering?

    A Conversation With Nevada Barr

  • Just had to spend a few hundred years with a bad attitude, rangering in the edge lands, playing a close hand, waiting for the situation to ripen, re-forge the blade that was broken, yatada.

    Chosen ones

  • We give out all kind of loan rangering from personal loan, business loan, mortage loan, car loan, house loan, student loan, parent loan and international loan.

    Walmart Launches Classified Listings

  • The Harry Yount National Park Ranger Award is a peer award that represents the hallmark of recognition for "rangering."

    President Honors Park Ranger Of The Year

  • He found it hard to attend to the mocking woman in front of him—his mind wanted to drift backward down the long river of the past, to the beginning of his rangering days.

    Comanche Moon

  • In his years of rangering he had become competent, or at least adequate, in several environments.

    Comanche Moon

  • The thought stirred his mind to such a frenzy that the last thing he needed was to have to be gabbing about rangering with a green boy.

    Comanche Moon

  • Over and over, rangering, he and Augustus had come upon little families, far out beyond the settlements, attempting to farm country that had never felt the plow.

    Comanche Moon

  • Mr. Bill, as Deets had always called him, had rangered far in his life; it would be too bad if his spirit had to keep rangering, for want of a comfortable resting place.

    Comanche Moon

  • From years of rangering in dangerous territory he had gained some confidence: he believed he could sense the presence of hostiles before he saw them.

    Comanche Moon

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