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Definition of "lavishing" []

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

Use "lavishing" in a sentence
  • "You could say that the word "lavishing" is put in — but what Mauldon has left out might matter: the wife did a lot of specific things, not just one."
  • "His professions had an air of extraordinary generosity and disinterestedness, which, together with his fawning arts in lavishing civilities on all, made him a popular favorite."
  • "Other thoughts after the jump: 1. The sight of Nick Lachey and "the faculty" lavishing "thestudents" with gift bags from K-Mart—and hearing Nick Lachey trymightily to make the word "K-Mart" sound exciting– made me scoff-snortso hard that snot flew out of my nose."
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