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Definition of "waging" []

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

Use "waging" in a sentence
  • "He took over at Ipswich towards the end of last season and has spent this term waging a battle against relegation from the Championship, with recent reports suggesting time is running out for him at Portman Road."
  • "Failing of rapid success in waging a sheer political propaganda, and finding that they were alienating the most intelligent and most easily organized portion of the voters, the socialists lessoned from the experience and turned their energies upon the trade-union movement."
  • "Crowley goes on to cite the Obama administration's "Orwellian coldness and efficiency" in "waging waged war on those who have had the gall to disagree with it.""