Definition of Leisuring
1. leisure [v] - See also: leisure
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Literary usage of Leisuring
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1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1880)
"... and to those who like a volume of Dickens as a companion in travelling or leisuring, the edition will be a great boon. For a presentation edition, also, ..."
2. The Little Book of Modern Verse: A Selection from the Work of by Jessie Belle Rittenhouse (1913)
"... when the southwest wind Blows after sunset through the leisuring air, And on the sky nightly the mythic hind Leads down the sullen dog star to his lair, ..."
3. Yale Lectures on Preaching: And Other Writings by Nathaniel Judson Burton (1888)
"Last summer in Norfolk, where he and I were leisuring some miles apart, I had a few genial glimpses of him—sweet, sad glimpses they seem to me now—and I ..."
4. The Cement Industry: Descriptions of Portland and Natural Cement Plants in (1900)
"The officers of the company are: Dr. JS Wentz, president; Mr. Oliver Williams, vice-president; Mr. AC leisuring, chairman executive committee; JM Ritcher, ..."