Definition of Godmothering

1. Verb. (present participle of godmother) ¹



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Definition of Godmothering

1. godmother [v] - See also: godmother

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Godmothering

godlinesses
godling
godlings
godly
godlyhead
godmama
godmamas
godmamma
godmammas
godmoder
godmoders
godmoding
godmother
godmothered
godmotherhood
godmothering (current term)
godmotherly
godmothers
godord
godords
godovikovite
godown
godowns
godpapa
godpapas
godparent
godparents
godroon
godroons
gods

Literary usage of Godmothering

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1. American Women and the World War by Ida Clyde Gallagher Clarke (1918)
"... prompted by a beautiful spirit, early in the war undertook what is known as "godmothering." While in many cases this work proved to be a boon to lonely ..."

2. The Works of Thomas Hood by Thomas Hood, Epes Sargent (1865)
"What would she not have give to have been in a station that would have entitled her to volunteer the godmothering of thii-e evangelical twin babes — to have ..."

3. Greenwich Village by Anna Alice Chapin (1917)
"The new Greenwich Village Theatre which Mrs. Sam Lewis is godmothering, is—unless many sensible and farseeing persons are much mistaken—going to be the new ..."

4. Rambles, Roamings and Recollections by George Philip Rigney Pulman (1870)
"... near the Bite of her burial place,—at Whitestaunton,—and elsewhere, and very possibly she had something to do with the godmothering of Whitelackington. ..."

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