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Definition of "treasuring" [treasuring]

  • Present participle of treasure. (verb)

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Use "treasuring" in a sentence
  • "There's a usefulness in treasuring things that have a capacity to horrify as well as delight, to a (troubled, critical, ambivalent) allegiance to those who came before in all their faults and vices."
  • ""The letters were sentimental and really personal," said Ann Cantrell, who recalled treasuring her own parents 'and grandparents' letters from when they were young."
  • "In addition, old-fashioned values may be coming back in new guises, like sharing being referred to as 'fractional ownership' and quality over quantity now called 'treasuring'."