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Definition of the adjective aborning
What does aborning mean as an attribute of a noun?
- That is in the process of being born; coming into existence.
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The Literary Digest (1916)
The word aborning is an archaic and poetic usage, meaning “in birth.” CO | U In Im S FINANCIAL MORTGAGEs * | Our system of unaccompanied, prearranged travel is the most notable advance made in travel methods for many years.
by Thomas Sheridan
Aborning mountain, volcano. VULGAR, vir-gur. a.
by Joseph T Shipley,
But, indeed, literary criticism in American journalism was long aborning. Emerson in 1836 and Lowell in 1845 complained that literary men had ...
by William Enfield
a conflagration, aborning, a confusion Come, ...
by Paul F. State
industrial revolution aborning in the southern Netherlands. Brussels saw the establishment of a financial bank, street lighting by gas, and a canal built to the coalfields around Charleroi. Development began to stir outside the city walls, whose ...
by John Kenneth Muir
the Aborning Series on Fox , ...
Volume 39 - Supplement 4: Accreditation of Library Education to Videotex: Teletext, and the ImPatt of Television Systems Information Systems on Library Services by Allen Kent
The organization apparently died aborning, but there was a proliferation of historical organizations in the years which followed. Chapters of the Society of Pacific Coast Pioneers were organized in Virginia City, Carson City, and Reno. and the ...
The Central Intelligence Agency: An Encyclopedia of Covert Ops, Intelligence Gathering, and Spies [2 volumes] (2015)
An Encyclopedia of Covert Ops, Intelligence Gathering, and Spies by Jan Goldman Ph.D.
underground resistance organizations, died aborning.” Not even the overland operations produced anything substantial, involving as they did shallow, short-term penetrations ...
by Random House
-orning, morning, mourning, scorning, warning; aborning, forewarning. -orny, corny, horny, thorny. -orough, borough, burro, burrow, furrow, thorough; pocket borough, rotten borough. -orous, chorus, porous, Taurus, torous, torus; canorous, ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
suborner ornery \än-rë\ see annery1 orney \ar-në\ see ourney1 ornful \órn-fal\ mournful, scornful ornice \ór-nas\ cornice, ornice notornis orning \ór-nin\ morning, mourning, warning aborning ornis \ór-nas\ see ornice ornment \arn-maш\ see ...
aborning with hot liquor ; scurf on the head. Seale, (skid) n. dish of a balance ; crusty covering of a fish ; gradation ; gam ut; v.t. to scrape off seales; to mount on ladders Sealiness, (skid'o-nes) n.
by Robert Kemp Philp
One of these pills may be taken three times a day, or two at bedtime and one in the aborning ; or a small piece of the gum the aire of a pill made round by the fingers □ay be swallowed at any time, as an ex- eel lent remedy for flatulence or ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3O1R1N1I1N1G2
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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