Definition of Dauting

1. daut [v] - See also: daut



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dauting

dauphines
dauphiness
dauphinesses
dauphinoise
dauphinoises
dauphins
daur
daurade
daured
dauring
daurs
daut
dauted
dautie
dauties
dauting (current term)
dauts
dauw
dauws
davallia
davanite
daven
davened
davening
davenport
davenports
davens
davicil
davidia
davidias

Literary usage of Dauting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"... though mair than a hundred folk sitting in his company had seen him dauting her with his arm round her jimpy waist, not five minutes before. ..."

2. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1823)
"... to forget that I once or twice had a gliff of dauting with yere bonnie sell. Ye need na wave yere hand, and geek yere head sae, for I dare say ye ..."

3. John Cheap the Chapman's Library: The Scottish Chap Literature of Last by Dougal Graham, John Cheap (1877)
"... though mair than a hundred folk sitting in his company had seen him dauting her with his arm round her jimpy waist, not five minutes before. ..."

4. Southern Germany, Including Wurtemberg and Bavaria: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1895)
"The train quits the Lindan line (p. 198) at (41/2 M.) Fating. 9 M. Planegg ; 12 M. dauting, with a sulphur-spring. ..."

5. Miscellanies by Charles Kingsley (1860)
"But blythe through his weepin', he'll tell me how you, His heaven-hamed mammie, was dauting his brow. Though dark be our dwellin', our happin' tho' bare, ..."

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