Definition of Daikering

1. daiker [v] - See also: daiker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daikering

dahoons
dahs
daid
daidle
daidled
daidles
daidling
daidzein
daidzeins
daidzin
daie
daies
daigappei
daiker
daikered
daikering (current term)
daikers
daikon
daikons
dailies
dailiness
dailinesses
daily
daily bread
daily dew
daily disposable
daily disposables
daily dose
daily double
daily grind

Literary usage of Daikering

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1820)
"... skill has failed her in daikering out a dead dame's flesh.'— The Cameronian elder, more from a natural sense of propriety than in compliance with the ..."

2. The Heart of Mid-Lothian by Walter Scott (1878)
"... wha wad hae thought o' his daikering out this length V And she afterwards confessed that she threw a little of this ungracious sentiment into her accent ..."

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