[ string-ing ]


  1. a narrow band of inlay, as in a piece of furniture.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of stringing1

First recorded in 1610–20; string + -ing 1

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Example Sentences

Also, optimized placement is far less labor-intensive than with some standard speakers, consider there’s no stringing of speaker wire or fiddling with EQs as Trueplay software tunes the Five based on the acoustics of your room.

I also like the turquoise blue color of the chips or beads that the kids are stringing together into that intricate design.

Originally from Delaware, Smith had been in Washington almost a week building little decorative boxes and stringing ornaments.

That is, maybe the information in the returns is embarrassing but no more than that, and Romney is just stringing everyone along.

There is also concern about safety on the streets as more and more outlets show up, stringing cables along the sidewalks.

From selling goats to stringing beads, Lolosoli's work on behalf of Samburu women has led her into the international spotlight.

When the plants are to be hung on lath they may be wilted before "stringing" or not, at the option of the grower.

But I suppose that tracing causes is difficult, while stringing words together in books is easy.

There's some gink been walking on ahead of us stringing the cord out for us to follow!

Pretty soon the gang that Mrs. Cartwright has rounded up at the prayer-meeting comes stringing along in.

Racine was bored by it all, and mitigated his boredom, during the two years he remained, only by flirting and by stringing rhymes.





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