Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of woman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Oh, and sing it robustly, gladly, madly, just as a womaning Gypsy man should sing it,” she urged.

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  • "Then he is a womaning man," had been Barton's declaration.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • My first job right out of cooking school was “womaning” the raw bar at a restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    SARA MOULTON’S EVERYDAY FAMILY DINNERS

  • My first job right out of cooking school was “womaning” the raw bar at a restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    SARA MOULTON’S EVERYDAY FAMILY DINNERS

  • Labels: celebrating, womaning talk to me, bubileh: petite gourmand said ...

    Let's Just Be Happy

  • The lovely mother-daughter team womaning the booth for Hillsview Greenhouses in Lucknow let me sample their peas embarassingly enough I didn't even know how to spring the peas from their pods!

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  • The official manning - or it this case womaning - the Appointments Desk is calling my name.

    Earl Pomerantz: "Citizenship Day"

  • The lovely mother-daughter team womaning the booth for Hillsview Greenhouses in Lucknow let me sample their peas embarassingly enough I didn't even know how to spring the peas from their pods!

    Attempt #3: Buying Locally.

  • "Then he is a womaning man," had been Barton's declaration.

    The Kanaka Surf

  • “Oh, and sing it robustly, gladly, madly, just as a womaning Gypsy man should sing it,” she urged.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

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