Gaffing [verb]

Definition of Gaffing:

take into authorized custody

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Sentence/Example of Gaffing:

A good strong landing net capable of taking a fish up of eight or ten pounds is most useful, and saves gaffing the smaller salmon.

Gaffing the buoy aboard, he pulled up the anchor, and soon was hauling in the trawl over the wooden roller on the starboard bow.

There was Ben Gillam, a giff-gaffing blade home from the north sea, so topful of spray that salt water spilled over at every word.

"We'll see," was the reply, and picking up his gaffing-hook, Vincente prodded here and there amid the kelp.

Gaffing is or was one of the ten thousand modes of swindling practised in London.

Gaffing began, and the billiard-marker before described was pitched upon to 'do' the stranger.

With the greatest care you select the best spot for gaffing him, and successfully get the gaff free from your shoulder.

Nothing, however, could induce the fish to come into the moderately slack water where gaffing would have been an easy matter.

When I came to myself, Luke was gaffing the trout at the boat-side.