Definition of Concentering

1. Verb. (American spelling) (alternative spelling of concentring); (present participle of concenter) ¹



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Definition of Concentering

1. concenter [v] - See also: concenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concentering

conceivers
conceives
conceiving
concelebrant
concelebrants
concelebrate
concelebrated
concelebrates
concelebrating
concelebration
concelebrations
concensus
concent
concenter
concentered
concentering (current term)
concenters
concentrate
concentrate on
concentrated
concentrated fire
concentrated human red blood corpuscle
concentratedly
concentrates
concentrating
concentration
concentration-effect curve
concentration-response curve
concentration camp
concentration camps

Literary usage of Concentering

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1. Our Heredity from God: Consisting of Lectures on Evolution by Edward Payson Powell (1887)
"In the development of life types were established by a similar concentering of forces. The saurian represented a massing of power, which was later ..."

2. The American Historical Review by American historical association (1904)
"2 The Stile . . . their true interest consist in concentering as much as possible, the force and resources of the union in one superintending Government (p. ..."

3. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"... often alluded)— and is purposely restrained from concentering the interest on itself, but used merely as an induction or tuning for what is to follow. ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1845)
"Large vessels can be traced ramifying under its coats, and concentering towards the site of the pedicle, and terminating with open mouths upon its cut ..."

5. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"... often alluded)— and is purposely restrained from concentering the interest on itself, but used merely as an induction or tuning for what is to follow. ..."

6. The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory (1886)
"Then more slowly, pausing and concentering the whole power of thought on the words marked for emphasis: —• In the BEGINNING—God created the heaven and the ..."

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