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Definition of "biding" []

  • Present participle of bide. (verb)

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  • Residence; habitation (noun)

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Use "biding" in a sentence
  • "Scanning a 70 year old magazine that's has printing all the way to the inner margin with a really tight biding is still a pain in the ass, but without the glass flush to the edge of the scanner it would be nearly impossible."
  • "I cannot better bid farewell to all woes and pains and intolerable distresses, and to the hell of the amorous woman, than in biding farewell to you, madam, without the least prospect that wherever you or I may be we shall ever look upon each other more."
  • "I'm not crazy about any of them, so I'm kind of biding my time right now, looking for something real nice."