Transactions or relations with others, usually in business.(noun)
Method or manner of conduct in relation to others; treatment: honest dealing. (noun)
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Use "dealing" in a sentence
"The eight foundation cards, as they appear in the deal (whether they fall on the corner or on the side packets), are to be at once played in the space reserved for them, and on these may be played any suitable cards which in dealing fall _on either of the four corner packets_; but when a card (otherwise suitable) falls on either of the _side packets_, it may not be played unless the foundation to which it belongs happens to be the one _immediately adjoining the side packet on which that card fell in dealing_."
"Maybe you can give me a phrase dealing somehow with percentage."
"Evil times will not bear plain dealing, that is evil men will not; and the men the prophet here speaks of had reason to think themselves evil men indeed, when wise and good men thought it in vain to speak to them and were afraid of having any thing to do with them."