Definition of Leaguering

1. leaguer [v] - See also: leaguer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leaguering

leafy
leafy liverwort
leafy liverworts
leafy spurge
leafy vegetable
league
league cup
league cups
league table
league together
leagued
leaguer
leaguered
leaguerer
leaguerers
leaguering (current term)
leaguers
leagues
leaguewide
leaguing
leak
leak-proof
leak fungus
leak out
leak point pressure
leakage
leakages
leaked
leakee
leakees

Literary usage of Leaguering

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1. The Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review (1890)
"... spite the leaguering foe. I was the prize of all the world in arms. Men gazed upon my beauty ан а thing Heroes did well to die for. ..."

2. Legends and Records of the Church and the Empire by Aubrey De Vere (1887)
"leaguering doomed walls—as when on some wild coast The high-ridged deep, storm-driven from afar, Makes way in thunder, whitening reef and bar— ..."

3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1884)
"Yield not to these leaguering Danes, Philippa, but if thou dost, when I am back from the Welsh wars, I'll hie me over sea 'With golden nobles in goodly ..."

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