Definition of Environing

1. Verb. (present participle of environ) ¹



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Definition of Environing

1. environ [v] - See also: environ

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Environing

envigorating
envigored
envigoring
envigors
envigourate
enviomycin
envious
enviously
enviousness
enviousnesses
enviro
envirofriendly
environ
environazi
environed
environing (current term)
environment
environment and public health
environment design
environment division
environmental
environmental condition
environmental ethics
environmental exposure
environmental health
environmental illness
environmental impact statement
environmental medicine
environmental microbiology

Literary usage of Environing

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1. The Russian Immigrant by Jerome Davis (1922)
"CHAPTER III environing ECONOMIC FORCES WE have seen that the economic and social conditions of the Russian newcomers force them to accept almost any opening ..."

2. Introduction to the Study of Sociology by Edward Cary Hayes (1918)
"Problem Phenomena, Their Constituent Elements, and Their environing Conditions.—Each of the higher sciences in the hierarchy has to deal with three sets of ..."

3. A System of Psychology by Daniel Greenleaf Thompson (1884)
"FEELINGS AS DEVELOPED BY environing OBJECTS. § 16. No feeling is independent either of organism or environment. All feelings attendant upon efferent ..."

4. History of Pittsburgh and Environs, from Prehistoric Days to the Beginning by George Thornton Fleming (1922)
"... county and environing community fulminated their anathemas at the devoted head of the sacrilegious Youngson, who feebly replied that nothing but the ..."

5. Wessex by Clive Holland (1906)
"the river flows slowly, and looking the blacker for its environing fringe of rime. Reeds and rushes, sedge and weed, are jewelled by Nature's profuse hand, ..."

6. That Unknown Country: Or, What Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment by Lyman Abbott (1888)
"God's Word Alone Enlightens Us.—The Difficulties environing the Subject Do Not Alter the Declared Fact.—Sin, Responsibility, and Penalty, Inevitable. ..."

7. That Unknown Country: Or, what Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment (1889)
"God's Word Alone Enlightens Us.—The Difficulties environing the Subject Do Not Alter the Declared Fact.—Sin, Responsibility, and Penalty, Inevitable. ..."

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