Definition of Donging
1. dong [v] - See also: dong
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Donging
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Literary usage of Donging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Church at Home and Abroad by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, General Assembly (1888)
"Every Sabbath," said he, "our pastor is ding- donging at us for money ; and during the war my regiment was stationed near your church in Baltimore, ..."
2. The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages by Hastings Rashdall (1895)
"(cci debita cx statutis.' See also as is beautifully illustrated by to the Statutes of New College. wing inscription in a book below, p. 507. donging to the ..."
3. Glimpses of Fifty Years: The Autobiography of an American Woman by Frances Elizabeth Willard (1889)
"... instead of the mild, cultured whistle of the continent; an ear-splitting ding-donging of the engine bell; "Lookout For the Locomotive," at every turn. ..."
4. In Old New York by Thomas Allibone Janvier (1894)
"... he can hear again plainly the melancholy donging of the cow-bells—a dull, sad, droning sound—as the cows come slowly homeward down the Broadway in the ..."