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Correct spelling: Ing

What does the abbreviation Ing mean?

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  1. Begad, you're always telling me I'm wicked- and we know where the wicked go- that's catechism, I believe- so I'd like to know where's the difference between that and d- ing a fellow? – The Tenants of Malory Volume 1 of 3 by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  2. Look here, Anson, cried West angrily; what's the good of going on like a great girl- oh- ing and making weak appeals? – A Dash from Diamond City by George Manville Fenn
  3. " Well, I guess a husband can't be doing Romeo and 'oh moon'- ing till he's senile," observed a cadaverous looking man, opposite, who originally hailed from the States, but who, having purchased an estate in England, now patriotically sought to forget that he was ever an American. – God's Good Man by Marie Corelli
  4. Then the man that had written the cross letter wrote to Win- throp, " By con- quer- ing yourself, you have con- quered me." – Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston
  5. " Never mind why- ing but get supper," said Granmar. – The Front Yard by Constance Fenimore Woolson
  6. I suppose that their we- ing and us- ing so much would indicate something of the kind. – An Open-Eyed Conspiracy--An Idyl of Saratoga by William Dean Howells
  7. But, to the mere English grammarian, this method of parsing will not be apt to suggest itself: because, at first sight, the verbs appear to be transitive, and the participle in ing has nothing to prove it an adjunct of the nominative, and not the object of the verb- unless, indeed, the mere fact that it is a participle, is proof of this. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  8. At which words he sprang from the bed, d- ing her temper heartily. – The History of the Life of the Late Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great by Henry Fielding
  9. It must, agreed Harley, and his manner was almost fierce; but when I tell you why I ask these two questions- and I only do so on the understand ing that my words are to be treated in the strictest confidence- you may regard the matter in a new light. – Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
  10. There were many other things to- ing and fro- ing in the busy corridors of his brain. – A Splendid Hazard by Harold MacGrath
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