Definition of Gaingivings

1. gaingiving [n] - See also: gaingiving



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaingivings

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gained
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gainers
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gainfully
gainfulness
gainfulnesses
gaingive
gaingiving
gaingivings (current term)
gaining
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Literary usage of Gaingivings

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1. Nick of the Woods: Or, The Jibbenainosay; a Tale of Kentucky by Robert Montgomery Bird (1853)
"an idea that was manifestly highly agreeable to his imagination, from which he seemed to have utterly banished all those disgusts and gaingivings on the ..."

2. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by Charles Fossey, George Saintsbury, Berlin Staatliche Museen (East Berlin)., Thomas Hardy (1902)
"A SPOT IN years defaced and lost, Two sat here, transport-tossed, Lit by a living love The wilted world knew nothing of: Scared momently By gaingivings, ..."

3. Nick of the Woods: A Story of Kentucky by Robert Montgomery Bird, William Harrison Ainsworth (1837)
"an idea that was manifestly highly agreeable to his imagination, from which he seemed to have utterly banished all those disgusts and gaingivings on the ..."

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