Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of stove.

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Examples

  • Nothing like a Grey Nicholls for stoving in Zed skulls.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Swine flu hysteria check.

  • Basically, things with giant subterranean worms in them are great, though usually because you get to see Kevin Bacon stoving their heads in over a couple of hours.

    Awesome Or Off-Putting: The Mongolian Death Worm

  • Suddenly he reared up again, kicking Simon in the side, stoving in his ribs.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • Suddenly he reared up again, kicking Simon in the side, stoving in his ribs.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • Suddenly he reared up again, kicking Simon in the side, stoving in his ribs.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • Armed with axes, her sailors lopped the masts through at deck level, stoving in her boats and smothering her in a welter of spars and canvas.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Armed with axes, her sailors lopped the masts through at deck level, stoving in her boats and smothering her in a welter of spars and canvas.

    Morgan’s Run

  • But it appeared Rhodes was only attempting a sally, for after making the Pontic galleys dizzy at the speed of their gyrations, the Rhodians turned and made off without doing more than stoving in the sides of two particularly inept five-bankers.

    The Grass Crown

  • The man turned, the club flashing in the moonlight to crunch against the wolfs ribs, stoving them in.

    Waylander

  • The operator should procure his enamels a shade or two lighter than he desires to see in the finished article, allowing the chemical action due to the stoving to tone the colours down.

    Handbook on Japanning: 2nd Edition For Ironware, Tinware, Wood, Etc. With Sections on Tinplating and Galvanizing

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