Definition of Gaveling

1. Verb. (present participle of gavel) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gaveling

1. gavel [v] - See also: gavel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaveling

gave birth
gave forth
gave head
gave in
gave it some welly
gave off
gave out
gave over
gave the finger
gave up
gave way
gavel
gaveled
gavelet
gavelets
gaveling (current term)
gavelkind
gavelkinds
gavelled
gaveller
gavellers
gavelling
gavelman
gavelmen
gaveloche
gaveloches
gavelock
gavelocks
gavels
gaverick

Literary usage of Gaveling

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1. Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition by Edward Henry Knight (1880)
"... ready to meet and compress the gavel on the gaveling-concave the moment they are brought forward to it by the inward traverse. ..."

2. Endangered Species Recovery Act: Congressional Hearings edited by John H. Chafee (1999)
"Right. Senator ALLARD.—that have been made by the States, agreements that have been passed by the Congress. The chairman is gaveling me down already, but, ..."

3. Readings on American State Government by Paul Samuel Reinsch (1911)
"This is called gaveling a bill through. Formerly the gavel was used to carry through political measures of the majority party and to prevent obstructive and ..."

4. The Cyclopedic Law Dictionary: Comprising the Terms and Phrases of American by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf (1922)
"Du Gange, gaveling MEN. Tenants who paid a reserved rent, besides some customary duties to be done by them. Cowell. ..."

5. Classified Index of Subjects of Invention Adopted in the U. S. Patent Office by United States Patent Office (1872)
"Dumping-reels for harvesters. Fingers, Harvester Flax-pullers. Forks, Horse hay Forks, Grain gaveling-attachments for harvesters. ..."

6. Democracy and the Human Equation by Alleyne Ireland (1921)
"This is called 'gaveling' a bill through. Formerly the gavel was used to carry through political measures of the majority party and to prevent obstructive ..."

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