The action of the verb to divine in any sense.(noun)
That or who divines (in any sense of the verb).(adjective)
Present participle of divine.(verb)
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Use "divining" in a sentence
"* The Friends (Quakers) are much opposed to paying preachers, any certain salary; this is what they call divining for money; yet they make provision for their traveling ministers."
"And they also are the instruments used in divining etiology of illness."
"Joe Leydon: Deconstructionists will delight in divining the influences that inform Weirdsville, a cleverly constructed, capably crafted and often uproarious shaggy-dog black comedy that riffs on everything from Trainspotting and Quentin Tarantino to Race With the Devil and Elmore Leonard."