verb (used with object), wared, war·ing.
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Definition for waring (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), wared, war·ing. Scot. and North England.
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Examples from the Web for waring
Waring was a judge in South Carolina in the mid-20th century.
But Chucktown has been molasses-slow to acknowledge the brave legacy of Waring.
Mr. Waring, soon after his return home, began to lead a wild, reckless life.
At an early hour he excused himself, and retired to a berth which Captain Waring had courteously appropriated to his use.From Powder Monkey to Admiral|W.H.G. Kingston
I shall never forget Mr. Waring's face when he came to tell me about the legacy.A Vanished Hand|Sarah Doudney
Such were the reflections of Mr. Waring as he continued to pace up and down the front piazza.
Nanna lost no time in sending Jim Coates a verbal message as to Mrs. Waring's promise.The Little Missis|Charlotte Skinner