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Definition of "inching" []

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

Use "inching" in a sentence
  • "The survey from Democratic-leaning automated pollster Public Policy Polling shows Manchin inching up to 50 percent, while Republican businessman John Raese trails at 44 percent."
  • "Another evening went by, and just as my deranged state had my fingers once again inching their way ominously toward my vulnerable mane, I happened upon something."
  • "They poised at the far corner of the room in a violent balance, and for a moment the bright blade forced the dark one back, the silvery glint of Bayard2s hundred-year-old sword inching closer and closer to the face of the enemy."