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This graph shows how "informing" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for informing:

  1. The second, in presenting the pistol to his friend, should never put it in his pistol hand, but should place it in the other, which is grasped midway the barrel, with muzzle pointing in the contrary way to that which he is to fire, informing him that his pistol is loaded and ready for use. –  by
  2. " Would you further oblige me," said the detective, deftly slipping half- a- sovereign into the hand of the guard, " by going to the window and informing them in an offhand casual sort of way that the tragedy took place in that compartment?" –  by
  3. Now, she felt relieved because, as it seemed to her, she had sort of evened up matters, and, after informing Ruth that she had gone to the grave and put the roses there, she never intended to speak of Victorio Colenzo again, and, as far as possible, she intended to rid Ruth of his memory; with this thought in mind, she picked up many little memontos of him which she found lying about the place ... –  by

Quotes for informing:

  1. The informing idea of what you want to say and do, that's what will take you from film school to professional- the idea. That's what is original to you.
  2. A drama critic is a person who surprises the playwright by informing him what he meant.
  3. The Gen. Commanding, takes this means of informing the people that he has not come among them to disturb them in the enjoyment of their rights, either of person or property.
  4. Marie Stopes had established the first birth control clinic in Britain; the whole question of informing women, especially those who were poor, about methods of contraception, began to be discussed.
  5. I think he's informing himself, reaching out and getting ideas and information and advice. I haven't the slightest doubt that internally taking shape in that marvelous brain of his is a philosophy of foreign affairs. But it would be premature to say that one is fully formed.

Rhymes for informing:

  1. swarming, warming, forming, storming, norming;
  2. conforming, performing, transforming, reforming;
  3. misinforming;