Definition of Doving

1. dove [v] - See also: dove



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doving

dovered
dovering
dovers
doves
doveship
dovetail
dovetail joint
dovetail plane
dovetailed
dovetailing
dovetailings
dovetails
dovie
dovier
doviest
doving (current term)
dovish
dovishness
dovishnesses
dow
dowable
dowager
dowager's hump
dowager's humps
dowagerism
dowagerlike
dowagers
dowagers' humps
dowar
dowars

Literary usage of Doving

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1. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (1905)
"They are doving herds, and pass now and then within ten, fifteen or thirty miles of the villages. The Indians get word of them and as soon as the word is ..."

2. Report by Indians Rights Association (1904)
"They are doving herds, and pass now and then within ten, fifteen or thirty miles of the villages. The Indians get word of them and as soon as the word is ..."

3. Roger of Wendover's Flowers of History: Comprising the History of England by Matthew Paris, Roger (1849)
"In the meantime a part of the king's army came to doving- ton, a town belonging to John de Lacy, and finding it untenanted, it was immediately razed to the ..."

4. Roger of Wendover's Flowers of History: Comprising the History of England by Roger, Matthew Paris (1849)
"In the meantime a part of the king's army came to doving- ton, a town belonging to John, de Lacy, and finding it untenanted, it was immediately razed to the ..."

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