Definition of "dewing" [dewing]

  • Present participle of dew. (verb)

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Use "dewing" in a sentence
  • "Franklin postulated that a process which he called "dewing" could be used to improve the production process of large bells."
  • "Captain West spoke to the mate, who bawled the order along, and the watch, reinforced by the watch below, began dewing up the mainsail and foresail and climbing into the rigging."
  • "This is the part that most animates the hushed discussion between Diedre and Pearl — the thought of Eleanor's fetid breath dewing up on the cold metal."