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Definition of "lotting" [lotting]

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

Use "lotting" in a sentence
  • "UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I don ` t think there should be any repercussions for people who don ` t want to evacuate Nancy, but this is now -- remember, this is a different kind of lotting than the individuals that were looting after Katrina because they needed food or water."
  • "I confess, however, that I had not anticipated the sheer scale of how MPs and, let us not forget, some Peers have been lotting the public purse for, in most cases, plain and simple personal enrichment, getting the taxpayer to pay their way in life rather than do it themsleves."
  • "For example when they recently raised commissions considerably and lowered lotting fees slightly, the way they portrayed what they were doing was contemptuous of the intelligence of sellers, hyping the reduction and calling the steep commission increase on the first $25 of a sale an “adjustment”."
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