Gaming [noun]

Definition of Gaming:

amusement, entertainment

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Sentence/Example of Gaming:

Today, the Georgia Tech grad says her passion for design and analytics stems from those days spent in both the gaming industry and focused on productivity apps.

For gaming setups, creative studios, and even traditional offices, a dual-monitor setup is a great way to boost efficiency, and if you’ve got the space, this is the arm for the job.

I’ve done a lot of research on lotteries and other types of gaming.

Given that most of us working on this have a background in computing rather than e-sports or gaming, we put a lot of thought into the computing structure and developed new features for the Minecraft server.

This got me looking into what gaming options are available, and there are A LOT.

The current generation of gaming consoles, including Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One, are now using seven-year-old hardware technologies, first released in 2013.

However, over the last few years, Google has started to penalize any PBN site and who they link to, considering this a quick gaming of the system and anti-Google guidelines.

It was at this parliament that the famous acts against horse racing and deceitful gaming were passed.

Aristide caught him by the collar as he stood on the covered terrace, a foot or two from the threshold of the gaming-room.

Excellent company; a frequenter of the home of Mme. de la Baudraye, where he satisfied his penchant for gaming.