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Monday, December 13, 2004

Definitions for aborning

  1. While being produced or born.
  2. Being produced or born.

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Citations for aborning
In universities at least as much as anywhere else, vast floods of words pour forth to no useful end. Nothing would be lost if they had died aborning. Loren Lomasky, Reason
In "Base-Ball: How to Become a Player" he expounds on the importance of the sport's vital edges: pickoffs, relay throws, brushback pitches, drawing the infield in or moving it out, hit-and-run plays, signals -- all commonplace today, but in 1888 only aborning. Bryan Di Salvatore, A Clever Base-Ballist
Origin of aborning
Aborning is derived from a-, "in the act of" + English dialect borning, "birth."