Definition of Ovating
1. ovate [v] - See also: ovate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ovating
Literary usage of Ovating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Human Nature and the Social Order by Charles Horton Cooley (1902)
"But however this may be, the n gg a whole is always more or less novel or an o- ovating- Not one of us floats quite inert upon ..."
2. The Fall of Rome, and the Rise of the New Nationalities: A Series of by John George Sheppard (1861)
"A party of them forced their way into ;!ie residence of the Patrician, seized upon his young son, and s-.ovating him upon a buckler, after the barbarian ..."
3. Monument to the Memory of Henry Clay (1857)
"ovating influence. Wherever that influence is felt, a desire for protection under those institutions is awakened. Expansion seems to be regulated, ..."
4. The Phonographic Dictionary and Phrase Book by Benn Pitman, Jerome Bird Howard (1901)
"... ren'ovating renova'Iion renova'tionist и else (see nothing) i one ren'ovator renown' n more (see i one's renown'edly renown'er remote'ly remote'ness •*- ..."