Definition of Adawing

1. adaw [v] - See also: adaw



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adawing

adaptometers
adaptor
adaptor hypothesis
adaptorial
adaptors
adapts
adarce
adat
adatis
adatom
adatomic
adatoms
adats
adaw
adawed
adawing (current term)
adaws
adaxial
adaxially
adays
add-in
add-ins
add-on
add-ons
add fuel to fire
add fuel to the fire
add insult to injury
add on
add one's twopenn'orth
add ons

Literary usage of Adawing

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1. The Bibliographical Decameron: Or, Ten Days Pleasant Discourse Upon by Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1817)
"While they ahout it on tin- King did call, adawing him as if he wer in swound: But all for nought, he had his deadly wound. ..."

2. A History of the Royal Foundation of Christ's Hospital: With an Acount of by William Trollope (1834)
"... While they about him on the King did call, adawing him as if he were in swound, But all for nought, he had his mortall wound : And when the bloud which ..."

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