Definition of Revving

1. Verb. (present participle of rev) ¹



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Definition of Revving

1. rev [v] - See also: rev

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revving

revospirone
revote
revoted
revotes
revoting
revs
revue
revues
revuist
revuists
revulsed
revulsion
revulsions
revulsive
revved
revving (current term)
revving up
revying
rew
rewa-rewa
rewake
rewaked
rewaken
rewakened
rewakening
rewakens
rewakes
rewaking
rewalk
rewalked

Literary usage of Revving

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1. The Aeroplane Handbook by Arthur John Swinton (1920)
"As a rough guide, it may be stated that high-" revving " propellers required to operate above 1400 rpm give the better performance when constructed as ..."

2. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie (1822)
"The so tis'i effeminacy of a [.r'nce that waits in passive expectation the insurrection of the two most powerful of his subjects, revving !ipon no other ..."

3. A Treatise on Wills by Thomas Jarman, Melville Madison Bigelow (1881)
"... when the words in the will can have full and complete effect given to them if you interpret them [(u) LR 7 HL 568, revving LR 17 Eq. 483. Godfrey e. ..."

4. From the Household to the Factory: Sex Discrimination in the Guatemalan by Judith Sunderland (2002)
"He gave several examples, water on site surfaces, or dust and dirt deliberately spread on them, or motor bikes coming close and revving their engines. ..."

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