noun, plural (especially collectively) ling, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) lings.
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Examples from the Web for ling
Of Zamora, the children have always asked questions, which Winick and Ling try and answer as openly as possible.
Winick and Ling still miss Zamora with a “sharp pang of grief.”
Last week, the Hong Kong–based South China Morning Post revealed the driver was the son of senior official Ling Jihua.China Roiled by Rumors and Questions About Absent Heir Apparent Xi Jinping|Melinda Liu|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Police refused to name the driver—later reported to be Ling Gu, 23, the son of an influential ally of Chinese President Hu Jintao.
Because of the dearth of wives, Ling says that trafficking of child brides is epidemic.
"That's Percival," said Ling, as a man swaggered out to the pitching-mark.The Best Short Stories of 1917|Various
“The lady has some jade of mine,” returned Ling Foo, placidly.The Pagan Madonna|Harold MacGrath
"It's been living with me over at Ling for a week pretty nearly," ses the man.The White Cat|W.W. Jacobs
But whatever may be thought of the deceitful conduct of Ling, there is little doubt apparently that Caroline is really his.Lost Leaders|Andrew Lang
Ling swung around and stripped bare his great pointed fangs in a snarl.The Devil's Asteroid|Manly Wade Wellman