Angling [verb]

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Both Amazon and Roku have built businesses selling ads in the third-party apps on their platforms and have become more aggressive in angling for access to inventory.

The Minnow bites freely in fine weather, and you may take almost as many as you please by angling for them.

"We have seen a great deal of her of late years," Mrs. Harrowby continued, angling dexterously.

I beg to offer a few observations to strangers in reference to Barnard Castle as an angling station.

Your sport in angling, whether top or bottom, materially depends upon the state of the atmosphere.

"Some difference between the Fisheries Bureau and angling for sport," the agent warned him.

But the pleasure of angling, luckily, does not consist merely of the catching of fish.

Jemmy one evening went into the study where Mr. Lovell kept his fishing tackle, for he was fond of angling.

He was educated partly at Truro, and early evinced that taste for poetry and angling that never left him.

This form of angling is usually necessary in chalk streams, where trout will often refuse to be tempted by any other.