Definition of Ganging

1. Verb. (present participle of gang) ¹



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Definition of Ganging

1. gang [v] - See also: gang

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ganging

gangbanged
gangbanger
gangbangers
gangbanging
gangbangs
gangboard
gangbuster
gangbusters
gangdom
ganged
ganged up
ganged up on
ganger
gangers
ganging (current term)
ganging up
ganging up on
gangings
gangion
gangions
gangland
ganglands
gangle
gangled
gangler
ganglers
gangles
ganglia
ganglia aorticorenalia

Literary usage of Ganging

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"A common way of ganging such hooks is to pass the end of the ganging through ... To fasten (a fish-hook) to the end of a section of line called the ganging. ..."

2. The Railway Goods Station: A Guide to Its Control and Operation by Fred. W. West (1912)
"ganging of Men.—Upon correct ganging very largely depends the efficiency and ... The explanation is that the foremen responsible for the ganging at the ..."

3. Irrigation in the United States by Richard Josiah Hinton, United States Dept. of Agriculture (1887)
"The result of the computation last described is termed the ganging of the canal or river, at the height of the water when the current velocity was measured. ..."

4. Hydraulic Manual by L. d'A. Jackson (1875)
"ganging by rectangular overfalls. 3. The measurement of velocities: different appliances and instruments: flumes and gauges. 4. Gauging by means of surface ..."

5. Ingleside Rhaims: Verses in the Dialect of Burns by Jeremiah Eames Rankin (1887)
"An' ilka breast maun be a nest For some poor bird to fill; Sae 'twas na in my heart at a' To cheat him o' his will I ganging TO THE WARS. PART I. WILLIE. ..."

6. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"A common way of ganging such hooks is to pass the end of the ganging through ... To fasten (a fish-hook) to the end of a section of line called the ganging. ..."

7. The Railway Goods Station: A Guide to Its Control and Operation by Fred. W. West (1912)
"ganging of Men.—Upon correct ganging very largely depends the efficiency and ... The explanation is that the foremen responsible for the ganging at the ..."

8. Irrigation in the United States by Richard Josiah Hinton, United States Dept. of Agriculture (1887)
"The result of the computation last described is termed the ganging of the canal or river, at the height of the water when the current velocity was measured. ..."

9. Hydraulic Manual by L. d'A. Jackson (1875)
"ganging by rectangular overfalls. 3. The measurement of velocities: different appliances and instruments: flumes and gauges. 4. Gauging by means of surface ..."

10. Ingleside Rhaims: Verses in the Dialect of Burns by Jeremiah Eames Rankin (1887)
"An' ilka breast maun be a nest For some poor bird to fill; Sae 'twas na in my heart at a' To cheat him o' his will I ganging TO THE WARS. PART I. WILLIE. ..."

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