Definition of Auctioning

1. Verb. (present participle of auction) ¹



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Definition of Auctioning

1. auction [v] - See also: auction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auctioning

auction call
auction house
auction off
auction pitch
auction sale
auctionability
auctionable
auctionary
auctioned
auctioneer
auctioneered
auctioneering
auctioneers
auctiongoer
auctiongoers
auctioning (current term)
auctionlike
auctions
auctorial
auctorial descriptive
auctorial descriptives
auctorum
auctorum non
aucuba
aucubas
aud.
audacious
audaciously
audaciousness
audaciousnesses

Literary usage of Auctioning

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1897)
"auctioning OFF ONE'S RELATIVES From the 'School for Scandal> [Charles Surface, an amiable but dissipated young man of fashion, has decided to raise money ..."

2. Irish Literature by Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche (1904)
"auctioning OFF ONE'S RELATIVES. From the ' School for Scandal.' [Charles Surface, an amiable but dissipated young man of fashion, has decided to raise money ..."

3. The Red Reign: The True Story of an Adventurous Year in Russia by Kellogg Durland (1908)
"... the famine region—Terrible pictures of starvation—Peasants feeding the thatch from the roofs of their houses to cattle —auctioning cattle and horses for ..."

4. The Modern Railroad by Edward Hungerford (1911)
"... SYSTEMATIC HANDLING op THE CANS — auctioning GARDEN-TRUCK AT MIDNIGHT — A HISTORIC CITY FREIGHT-HOUSE. PERHAPS you have seen a gay Limited in green and ..."

5. The French Civil Code (as Amended Up to 1906) by France, Eric Blackwood Wright (1908)
"OF auctioning THINGS THROUGH THE COURT. 1686. A thing must be sold by auction [by the Court] and the price received divided among the co-owners, ..."

6. The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three Thousand Years edited by Henry Coppée (1900)
"auctioning EYES. ТЛ YES, eyes ! beautiful eyes ! -*—^ Up for sale, but not for gold: Some as blue as azure skies, Every pair a perfect prize. ..."

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