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Definition of "surging" []

  • The action or an instance of a surge. (noun)
  • Present participle of surge. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "surging" in a sentence
  • "The Dyea River as of old roared turbulently down to the sea; but its ancient banks were gored by the feet of many men, and these men labored in surging rows at the dripping tow-lines, and the deep-laden boats followed them as they fought their upward way."
  • "Field Judge: Gary CavalettoSummaryBack to topBrees, Colston connect for 3 TDs in surging Saints '31-10 rout of Niners"
  • "While some folks welcome a respite from the endless rounds of Calendas (ceremonial parades, often including a Saint or other Holy Relic on a palanquin), fireworks displays, concerts and dance performances, and the jam of booths selling food and tchatsckes (knickknacks; gewgaws; precious treasures; junk), the more hearty partiers among us, our adrenalin surging still, long for the comfort of the crowd."