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Definition of "leaving" []

  • A departure (noun)
  • Present participle of leave. (verb)

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Use "leaving" in a sentence
  • "Construed correctly, this clause of the sentence would mean -- '_I, sorrowfully leaving all places gracious to the Maenalian god_:' but _that_ is not what Lord Wellesley designed: '_I leaving the woods of Cyllene, and the snowy summits of Pholoe, places that are all of them dear to Pan_' -- _that_ is what was meant: that is to say, not _leaving all places dear to Pan_, far from it; but _leaving a few places, every one of which is dear to Pan_."
  • "Incredibly Richmond then managed to keep Melbourne goalless in the second term - the first time it had done that to any team in just over a year - as the Demons kicked only six behinds for the term leaving the Tigers just a goal adrift at half-time."
  • "Chong Wei has no peers in the tournament, which starts in Johor Baru today, and he should cruise to the title leaving the back-up players fighting for the right to meet him in the final."