Definition of Motioning

1. Verb. (present participle of motion) ¹



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Definition of Motioning

1. motion [v] - See also: motion

Lexicographical Neighbors of Motioning

motion-picture photography
motion-picture show
motion capture
motion of confidence
motion of no confidence
motion perception
motion picture
motion pictures
motion sickness
motion study
motional
motionally
motioned
motioner
motioners
motioning (current term)
motionless
motionlessly
motionlessness
motions
motis
motivate
motivated
motivates
motivating
motivation
motivational
motivationally
motivationless
motivations

Literary usage of Motioning

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

1. A Personal Record by Joseph Conrad (1912)
""I have had in here a shipmaster, this morning," he said, getting back to his desk and motioning me to a chair, "who is in want of an officer. ..."

2. The Law of Personal Injuries on Railroads by Edward Joseph White (1909)
"Negligence of gate-keeper — motioning traveler to cross. 925. Striking traveler with gate. 926. Gate opened by third party. 927. ..."

3. Antonina: Or, The Fall of Rome by Wilkie Collins (1874)
"The man perceived it, and motioning to him to be silent, again addressed him. " Listen !" cried he. " I have that to reveal to the leader of your ..."

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