Definition of Dieing

1. Verb. (misspelling of dying) ¹



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Definition of Dieing

1. die [v] - See also: die

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dieing

diecious
died
died on the vine
diedral
diedrals
diedre
diedres
dieffenbachia
dieffenbachias
diegeses
diegesis
diegetic
diegetically
diehard
diehards
dieing (current term)
diel
dieldrin
dieldrins
dielectric
dielectric absorption
dielectric grease
dielectric heating
dielectrically
dielectrics
dielectrography
dielectrolysis
dielectron
dielectronic
dielectrons

Literary usage of Dieing

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1. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1922)
"dieing or Dinking. Cutting soles or other parts of the shoe with machine and die. Dom Pedro. A heavy single-buckle shoe with bellows tongue, ..."

2. The Birds of Maine: With Key to and Description of the Various Species Known by Ora Willis Knight (1908)
"... slightly circling, skimming over the tops of the birches to drop again in a safer spot, or perchance to fall dead or dieing at the report of the gun. ..."

3. Exhibition ...: Hebron city of the patriarchs : list of exhibits at the by Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston, Ruth Lehrer, A. Harold Fisch, Murray Roston (1874)
"Sole Beam dieing Machines ; Foot Power Moulder ; Shoe Dies. ... The sole beam dieing machines have each a good device for raising and lowering the block. ..."

4. The Early Records of the Town of Providence by Providence (R.I.). Record Commissioners (1896)
"... Towne of Providence departed this life the 9th day of Agust and dieing intested, ... dieing intested his Estate thereby fell to the Care of the towne ..."

5. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester by Robert Holland (1886)
"Paid for dieing 8d."— From an old farm memorandum book belonging to Joseph Birchall of Outwood, Stockport Etchells, dated 1773- DIET-DRINK, s. a tonic. ..."

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