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planning

[plan-ing] /ˈplæn ɪŋ/
noun
1.
the act or process of making a plan or plans.
Origin of planning
1740-1750
First recorded in 1740-50; plan + -ing1
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  • The next day there were great negotiations and plannings as to our future course.

    Southern Arabia Theodore Bent
  • He was in good spirits over his plannings for his party and had not been lonesome.

  • In all his plannings it was Pepita Jos had thought of first.

    The Pretty Sister Of Jos Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • But he came upon me so sudden, all my plannings for years smashed to the wall.

    Hungry Hearts Anzia Yezierska
  • This is all I have for the present to tell you of my dear self, or of our family doings or plannings.

    Maria Edgeworth Helen Zimmern
  • There will be the weddings and plannings for new homes close by—if we have our say.

    Laugh and Live Douglas Fairbanks
  • Your longings, plannings, difficulties are held open before Him.

  • For two days beforehand “plannings ahead” enveloped the atmosphere like a cloud.

    Lady Cassandra Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
  • Hence the bigger town—in its very atmosphere emitting a friendly comfort toward plottings and plannings—is chosen.

  • But the people can justly require them to give these a proper place in their plannings and efforts.

Word Origin and History for plannings

planning

n.

1748, verbal noun from plan (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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