Definition of Fating

1. Verb. (rare) (present participle of fate) ¹



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Definition of Fating

1. fate [v] - See also: fate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fating

fatigated
fatigates
fatigation
fatigue
fatigue crack
fatigue duty
fatigue fever
fatigue fracture
fatigue party
fatigue strength
fatigued
fatigues
fatiguing
fatiguingly
fatiloquent
fating (current term)
fatism
fatless
fatlike
fatling
fatlings
fatliquoring
fatly
fatner
fatners
fatness
fatnesses
fatoush
fatoushes
fats

Literary usage of Fating

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1. Camp Craft: Modern Practice and Equipment by Warren Hastings Miller (1915)
"fating page 18 Automobile tents designed to fasten to car frame fating page 30 The red man's teepee fating page 30 Baker tent in southern Montana. ..."

2. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1808)
"ХГ—A Sermon on the Duty and Expediency of tram- fating the Script иге* into the current Language! of I lit East, for the use and Benefit uf the Natives ..."

3. Maximes of Reason: Or, The Reason of the Common Law of England by Edmund Wingate (1658)
"that the o?ant toas tote, ano tbe fating repugnant to tbe boni* of tbe ilct, fo; ... cet this fating as to Vertices is repugnant ano toio, foj ». ..."

4. Dialogues Concerning Eloquence in General: And Particularly that Kind which (1760)
"... fating Cicero's manner of mixing examples and precepts together. ' they who have a penetrating vehement tem- ' per (fays St. ..."

5. The Novelist's Magazine (1784)
"Have you * no eyes for this fide of the chariot ?' then be fared the better from her, as he always does, for fating ..."

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