Definition of Scening

1. scene [v] - See also: scene



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scening

scenery
scenes
sceneshifter
sceneshifters
scenester
scenesters
scenic
scenic artist
scenic railway
scenic route
scenic routes
scenical
scenically
scenick
scenics
scening (current term)
scenograph
scenographer
scenographers
scenographic
scenographical
scenographick
scenographies
scenographs
scenography
scenopoetic
scent
scent-bottle
scent glands
scent hound

Literary usage of Scening

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1. The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies, Comedies (1859)
"... you'll blame My want—of what you love, behind that name. But, for my soul, I can't from such high scening Descend, plump down at once—to double meaning. ..."

2. The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies, Comedies (1833)
"But, for my soul, 1 can't from such high scening Descend, plump down at once—to double meaning. ..."

3. Occasional Addresses by Laurence Hutton, William R. Carey (1890)
"So, when we leave you, may our mimic scening Leave with- you some fair thought of life's true meaning. Then shall we be content. And may this place Long be ..."

4. Occasional Addresses by Laurence Hutton, William R. Carey (1890)
"So, when we leave you, may our mimic scening Leave with you some fair thought of life's true meaning. Then shall we be content. And may this place Long be ..."

5. The Cradle of the Twin Giants, Science and History by Henry Christmas (1849)
"... until the regular recurrence of the period for replenishing the exhausted stock. Hence, much appearance and scening, frequent meetings, spasms, ..."

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