Definition of "shallowing" [shallowing]

  • Present participle of shallow. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "shallowing" in a sentence
  • "Dec 19th, 2001 at 10: 29 am koolaid shallowing is about blind following a cause not confusion with Manson."
  • "At the unmistakable look he was giving her, she stood, her breaths shallowing."
  • "With the floor of the channel shallowing from 200 metres to 60 metres and at the same time a rock pinnacle, like a finger, rising up from the sea bed to 29 metres from the surface, there is no surprise that the whirlpool was once described as a 'conflux so dreadful that it spurns all description."
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