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Definition of "ling" []

  • Any of various marine food fishes related to or resembling the cod, especially Molva molva of northern European waters. (noun)
  • See heather. (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

Use "ling" in a sentence
  • "Wendy: @ling: Ordered through normal … apparently the package was sent back to her, stating 'uncollected', although i was home the whole day of the supposed delivery date! hai, dunno what happened. ling: oh no .. did you order via reg mail or normal?. so far i dont have problems with rach's postage before. i already bought 2 wedges frm retail tt i eventually abandoned after wearing them x3 times (the max no. of tries i give them) each ... jiayi: hey, can you tell me the details of this chalet and how to go about booking it?"
  • "March 11th, 2009 at 5: 44 am king ding a ling is a idiot. ive been fishing 12 years. long lining, i hate the show deadliest queers cauase thats what they are queers. every crabber i have ever worked with couldnt handle the long hours of long lining. they all go to bed like children take their drugs away from them they got no power. if you really want to work its not that hard to get on a boat. take a job on a land plant in dutch harbor. then every spare minute you have hit the docks .i cant count how many guys we have hired over the years the hard part is getting to dutch ounce you get their you should be allright fag ass crabbers quit all the time … … …."
  • "A local female Ding a ling is fighting to "save the deer" from evil hunters."