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Admiring
Admiring Ad*mir"ing, a. Expressing admiration; as, an admiring glance. -- Ad*mir"ing*ly, adv. --Shak.
Admiring
Admire Ad*mire", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Admired; p. pr. & vb. n. Admiring.] [F. admirer, fr. L. admirari; ad + mirari to wonder, for smirari, akin to Gr. ? to smile, Skr. smi, and E. smile.] 1. To regard with wonder or astonishment; to view with surprise; to marvel at. [Archaic] Examples rather to be admired than imitated. --Fuller. 2. To regard with wonder and delight; to look upon with an elevated feeling of pleasure, as something which calls out approbation, esteem, love, or reverence; to estimate or prize highly; as, to admire a person of high moral worth, to admire a landscape. Admired as heroes and as gods obeyed. --Pope. Note: Admire followed by the infinitive is obsolete or colloquial; as, I admire to see a man consistent in his conduct. Syn: To esteem; approve; delight in.
Admiringly
Admiring Ad*mir"ing, a. Expressing admiration; as, an admiring glance. -- Ad*mir"ing*ly, adv. --Shak.
Aspiring
Aspire As*pire", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Aspired; p. pr. & vb. n. Aspiring.] [F. aspirer, L. aspirare. See Aspirate, v. t.] 1. To desire with eagerness; to seek to attain something high or great; to pant; to long; -- followed by to or after, and rarely by at; as, to aspire to a crown; to aspire after immorality. Aspiring to be gods, if angels fell; Aspiring to be angels, men rebel. --Pope. 2. To rise; to ascend; to tower; to soar. My own breath still foments the fire, Which flames as high as fancy can aspire. --Waller.
Aspiring
Aspiring As*pir"ing, a. That aspires; as, an Aspiring mind. -- As*pir"ing*ly, adv. -- As*pir"ing*ness, n.
Aspiringly
Aspiring As*pir"ing, a. That aspires; as, an Aspiring mind. -- As*pir"ing*ly, adv. -- As*pir"ing*ness, n.
Aspiringness
Aspiring As*pir"ing, a. That aspires; as, an Aspiring mind. -- As*pir"ing*ly, adv. -- As*pir"ing*ness, n.
Attiring
Attire At*tire", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Attired; p. pr. & vb. n. Attiring.] [OE. atiren to array, dispose, arrange, OF. atirier; [`a] (L. ad) + F. tire rank, order, row; of Ger. origin: cf. As. tier row, OHG. ziar[=i], G. zier, ornament, zieren to adorn. Cf. Tire a headdress.] To dress; to array; to adorn; esp., to clothe with elegant or splendid garments. Finely attired in a robe of white. --Shak. With the linen miter shall he be attired. --Lev. xvi. 4.
Back-firing
Back-fire Back"-fire`, v. i. 1. (Engin.) To have or experience a back fire or back fires; -- said of an internal-combustion engine. 2. Of a Bunsen or similar air-fed burner, to light so that the flame proceeds from the internal gas jet instead of from the external jet of mixed gas and air. -- Back"-fir`ing, n.
Bemiring
Bemire Be*mire", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bemired; p. pr. & vb. n. Bemiring.] To drag through, encumber with, or fix in, the mire; to soil by passing through mud or dirt. Bemired and benighted in the dog. --Burke.
Chairing
Chair Chair, v. t. [imp. & p. pr. Chaired; p. pr. & vb. n. Chairing.] 1. To place in a chair. 2. To carry publicly in a chair in triumph. [Eng.]
Conspiring
Conspire Con*spire", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Conspired; p. pr. & vb. n. Conspiring.] [F. conspirer, L. onspirare to blow together, harmonize, agree, plot; con- + spirare to breathe, blow. See Spirit.] 1. To make an agreement, esp. a secret agreement, to do some act, as to commit treason or a crime, or to do some unlawful deed; to plot together. They conspired against [Joseph] to slay him. --Gen. xxxvii. 18. You have conspired against our royal person, Joined with an enemy proclaimed. --Shak. 2. To concur to one end; to agree. The press, the pulpit, and the stage Conspire to censure and expose our age. --Roscommon. Syn: To unite; concur; complot; confederate; league.
Conspiringly
Conspiringly Con*spir"ing*ly, adv. In the manner of a conspirator; by conspiracy. --Milton.
Despairing
Despairing De*spair"ing, a. Feeling or expressing despair; hopeless. -- De*spair"ing*ly, adv. -- De*spair"ing*ness, n.
Despairingly
Despairing De*spair"ing, a. Feeling or expressing despair; hopeless. -- De*spair"ing*ly, adv. -- De*spair"ing*ness, n.
Despairingness
Despairing De*spair"ing, a. Feeling or expressing despair; hopeless. -- De*spair"ing*ly, adv. -- De*spair"ing*ness, n.
Esquiring
Esquire Es*quire", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Esquired; p. pr. & vb. n. Esquiring.] To wait on as an esquire or attendant in public; to attend. [Colloq.]
Expiring
Expiring Ex*pir"ing, a. 1. Breathing out air from the lungs; emitting fluid or volatile matter; exhaling; breathing the last breath; dying; ending; terminating. 2. Pertaining to, or uttered at, the time of dying; as, expiring words; expiring groans.
Expiring
Expire Ex*pire", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Expired; p. pr & vb. n. Expiring.] [L. expirare, exspirare, expiratum, exspiratum; ex out + spirare to breathe: cf. F. expirer. See Spirit.] 1. To breathe out; to emit from the lungs; to throw out from the mouth or nostrils in the process of respiration; -- opposed to inspire. Anatomy exhibits the lungs in a continual motion of inspiring and expiring air. --Harvey. This chafed the boar; his nostrils flames expire. --Dryden. 2. To give forth insensibly or gently, as a fluid or vapor; to emit in minute particles; to exhale; as, the earth expires a damp vapor; plants expire odors. The expiring of cold out of the inward parts of the earth in winter. --Bacon. 3. To emit; to give out. [Obs.] --Dryden. 4. To bring to a close; to terminate. [Obs.] Expire the term Of a despised life. --Shak.
Fairing
Fairing Fair"ing, n. A present; originally, one given or purchased at a fair. --Gay. Fairing box, a box receiving savings or small sums of money. --Hannah More.
Fairing box
Fairing Fair"ing, n. A present; originally, one given or purchased at a fair. --Gay. Fairing box, a box receiving savings or small sums of money. --Hannah More.
File firing
2. Course of thought; thread of narration. [Obs.] Let me resume the file of my narration. --Sir H. Wotton. File firing, the act of firing by file, or each file independently of others. File leader, the soldier at the front of any file, who covers and leads those in rear of him. File marching, the marching of a line two deep, when faced to the right or left, so that the front and rear rank march side by side. --Brande & C. Indian file, or Single file, a line of men marching one behind another; a single row. On file, preserved in an orderly collection. Rank and file. (a) The body of soldiers constituing the mass of an army, including corporals and privates. --Wilhelm. (b) Those who constitute the bulk or working members of a party, society, etc., in distinction from the leaders.
Firing
Firing Fir"ing, n. 1. The act of disharging firearms. 2. The mode of introducing fuel into the furnace and working it. --Knight. 3. The application of fire, or of a cautery. --Dunglison. 4. The process of partly vitrifying pottery by exposing it to intense heat in a kiln. 5. Fuel; firewood or coal. [Obs.] --Mortimer. Firing iron, an instrument used in cauterizing.
Firing iron
Firing Fir"ing, n. 1. The act of disharging firearms. 2. The mode of introducing fuel into the furnace and working it. --Knight. 3. The application of fire, or of a cautery. --Dunglison. 4. The process of partly vitrifying pottery by exposing it to intense heat in a kiln. 5. Fuel; firewood or coal. [Obs.] --Mortimer. Firing iron, an instrument used in cauterizing.
Firing pin
Firing pin Fir"ing pin` In the breech mechanism of a firearm, the pin which strikes the head of the cartridge and explodes it.
Glairing
Glair Glair, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Glaired; p. pr. & vb. n. Glairing.] To smear with the white of an egg.
Hiring
Hire Hire, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Hired (h[imac]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. Hiring.] [OE. hiren, huren, AS. h[=y]rian; akin to D. huren, G. heuern, Dan. hyre, Sw. hyra. See Hire, n.] 1. To procure (any chattel or estate) from another person, for temporary use, for a compensation or equivalent; to purchase the use or enjoyment of for a limited time; as, to hire a farm for a year; to hire money. 2. To engage or purchase the service, labor, or interest of (any one) for a specific purpose, by payment of wages; as, to hire a servant, an agent, or an advocate. 3. To grant the temporary use of, for compensation; to engage to give the service of, for a price; to let; to lease; -- now usually with out, and often reflexively; as, he has hired out his horse, or his time. They . . . have hired out themselves for bread. --1 Sam. ii. 5.
Impairing
Impair Im*pair", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impaired; p. pr. & vb. n. Impairing.] [Written also empair.] [OE. empeiren, enpeiren, OF. empeirier, empirier, F. empirer, LL. impejorare; L. pref. im- in + pejorare to make worse, fr. pejor worse. Cf. Appair.] To make worse; to diminish in quantity, value, excellence, or strength; to deteriorate; as, to impair health, character, the mind, value. Time sensibly all things impairs. --Roscommon. In years he seemed, but not impaired by years. --Pope. Syn: To diminish; decrease; injure; weaken; enfeeble; debilitate; reduce; debase; deteriorate.
Inquiring
Inquiring In*quir"ing, a. Given to inquiry; disposed to investigate causes; curious; as, an inquiring mind.
Inquiringly
Inquiringly In*quir"ing*ly, adv. In an inquiring manner.

Meaning of Iring from wikipedia

- (also Iring) is a musical interval (2​1⁄600) equal to two cents (2​2⁄1200) proposed as a unit of measurement (Play (help·info)) by Widogast Iring in Die...
- Iring Fetscher (4 March 1922 – 19 July 2014) was a German academic, political scientist and researcher on Hegel and Marxism. Fetscher was born at Marbach...
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- of Modernism. University of California Press. ISBN 0520257952. Fetscher, Iring. Marx and Marxism. New York: Herder and Herder, 1971. Grahl, Bart, and Paul...
- humanity that closes with the abolition of capitalism. Thus, for example, Iring Fetscher claims: "Marx's criticism is directed against value as such, not...
- 62 (11): 2126–2132. doi:10.1080/17470210903023646. PMID 19557667. Koch, Iring; Lawo, Vera; Fels, Janina; Vorländer, Michael (9 May 2011). "Switching in...
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