Definition of Renigging

1. Verb. (present participle of renig) ¹



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Definition of Renigging

1. renig [v] - See also: renig

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renigging

renice
reniced
renices
renicing
reniculus
renidification
renied
renierite
renies
reniform
reniform leaf
reniform pelvis
renig
renigged
renigging (current term)
renigs
renin
renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system
renin-angiotensin system
renins
reniportal
renitence
renitences
renitencies
renitency
renitent
renk
renker
renkest

Literary usage of Renigging

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1. The Old Order Changeth: A View of American Democracy by William Allen White (1910)
"But the court felt it was renigging, and in another opinion saved its face in 1892 — Budd vs. New York — by saying in its cuff aside and obiter dicta: ..."

2. Early Times in Texas by John Crittenden Duval (1892)
"... my young man," he continued, "you'd better git out of the range of that door, for I hearn Arkansaw Jake jess now tell Seth he was renigging, ..."

3. The War Garden Victorious by Charles Lathrop Pack (1919)
"I know that I'm too old to fight; I can't be caught renigging. So I regard it just and right that I should keep on digging. And then besides, it's proved to ..."

4. The War Garden Victorious by Charles Lathrop Pack (1919)
"I know that I'm too old to fight; I can't be caught renigging. So I regard it just and right that I should keep on digging. And then besides, it's proved to ..."

5. The War Garden Victorious by Charles Lathrop Pack (1919)
"I know that I'm too old to fight; I can't be caught renigging. So I regard it just and right that I should keep on digging. And then besides, it's proved to ..."

6. The Bulletin of the Commercial Law League of America by Commercial Law League of America (1918)
"... efforts seriously in adopting the rates and not permitting us to know definitely that these rates are agreed upon and that there can be no "renigging. ..."

7. Quantrill and the Border Wars by William Elsey Connelley (1909)
"Quantrill accused Todd of renigging, and the bystanders said Quantrill was right. Quantrill, in reply to some defiant remark made by Todd, said he was not ..."

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