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Definition of "classing" [classing]

  • Present participle of class. (verb)

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Use "classing" in a sentence
  • "To put them together in an intelligible form, the idea of classing the authors, according to the subjects on which they principally wrote, naturally presented itself."
  • "When engaged in 1828 in preparing for the press the treatise on geology above alluded to, I conceived the idea of classing the whole of this series of strata according to the different degrees of affinity which their fossil testacea bore to the living fauna."
  • "Also, note the idea of classing all the sugars together in the ingredients list, which specifically defeats food companies 'technique of using a half dozen forms of sugar to hide the fact that it's often the number one ingredient by weight."