Definition of Dapping

1. dap [v] - See also: dap



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dapping

dapifer
dapifers
dapiprazole
dappa
dappas
dapped
dapper
dapperer
dapperest
dapperling
dapperlings
dapperly
dapperness
dappernesses
dappers
dapping (current term)
dapple
dapple-gray
dapple-grey
dappled
dappled-gray
dappled-grey
dapples
dappling
daps
dapsone
dapsone neuropathy
dapsones
daptomycin
daqingshanite

Literary usage of Dapping

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1. The Angler's Guide: Being a New, Plain, and Complete Practical Treatise on by Thomas Frederick Salter (1825)
"When dapping with a may-fly, put two or three on the hook together, which should be carried through the thick part of the fly's body under the wings, ..."

2. A Cyclopædic Dictionary of the Mang'anja Language Spoken in British Central by David Clement Ruffelle Scott (1892)
"и-ü m'manja ya! at every catch the whole players beat time by dapping their hands, and the game proceeds with а rhythm, which makes a game ..."

3. Incidents and Anecdotes in the Life of Lieut.-General Sprot by John Sprot (1907)
"dapping WITH THE "MAY FLY." In May I had on Lough Key some capital sport dapping with the " May Fly" as it is called. We fished on these occasions from a ..."

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