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Definition of "dering" [dering]

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

Use "dering" in a sentence
  • "HIllary wants to introduce a tax holiday for this summer but can't do anything about it until she is in the White House in January. dering"
  • "Dead horses notwithstanding, Sayler's subjects tend to be sparse and unsentimental: a glacier's flank, a stand of smol-dering trees, a smoke-filled sky, a shack in the desert."
  • "Gerryman-dering ensures few upsets among black incumbents."