Definition of Quiring

1. Verb. (present participle of quire) ¹



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Definition of Quiring

1. quire [v] - See also: quire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quiring

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Literary usage of Quiring

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"Nor of the song the Muses quiring sang. But when the sun's bright light descended, all Scatter'd to slumber, each in splendid home Built for him by ..."

2. An Introduction to Conveyancing, and the New Statutes Concerning Real by William Hayes (1840)
"... notion Assumption that litigation would be greatly diminished, if informal would be pre- and imperfect papers were no longer admissible to pro- quiring ..."

3. Dante and His Circle: With the Italian Poets Preceding Him. (1100-1200-1300 by Dante Alighieri (1874)
"... TO GIOVANNI Quiring. SONNET. He answers the foregoing Sonnet; saying what he feels at the approach of Death. THE King by whose rich grace His servants ..."

4. The Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Its by James Gettys McGready Ramsey (1853)
"... quiring into the cause, was told that the people, in passing over such places, are in the habit, each one, of casting a stone upon heaps begun in some ..."

5. Dante and His Circle: With the Italian Poets Preceding Him (1100-1200-1300 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Dante Alighieri (1905)
"... DANTE ALIGHIERI TO GIOVANNI Quiring. SONNET. He answers the foregoing Sonnet j saying "what he feels at the approach of Death. ..."

6. The Book, Its History and Development by Cyril Davenport (1908)
"Paper—Watermarks—Quiring. ALTHOUGH we get our word " paper " from " papyrus," this latter was not a paper at nil. The essential characteristic; of a true ..."

7. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1864)
"... has again appealed to the court of last resort. quiring increased resources, an extra session of the legislative body should be called. ..."

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