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Definition of "ginning" []

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

Use "ginning" in a sentence
  • "Through it all, White House officials rolled their eyes and insisted it was meaningless chatter generated by reporters with a vested interest in ginning up drama."
  • "Anyone who's curious about the Washington Post's involvement in ginning up resentment over tribal contracting might recall that the cash-strapped newspaper is not shy about playing footsie with power brokers."
  • "Freaking out merely plays into the hands of obstructionists and reactionaries, along with the media, whose only interest is in ginning up a fight."