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Definition of "faxing" []

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

Use "faxing" in a sentence
  • "“The posts had rigged the whole Earth with the limited form of energy-data transmission and retrieval that you call faxing, and now they were experimenting — playing really — with time travel, quantum teleportation, and other dangerous things."
  • "COOPER: But using the term "reporting" implies some sort of vetting, some sort of research, some sort of -- I mean, that's called faxing or Xeroxing, if you are just lifting transcripts and putting them into an article."
  • "When describing the goals of the American 99ers Union, co-founder, Mike White offered, We felt that if we could get these various groups to join together for certain focused Actions (such as faxing their senators, or in the case of the latest campaign, voting for Democrats) we could reach more people while at the same time getting those people to focus on one or two specific actions."