Placing [verb]

Definition of Placing:

locate, situate

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Sentence/Example of Placing:

This consists in placing a piece of white paper in the oven.

Side by side with the wonders he described so casually, she was placing the little house.

Then, placing his finger on the electric button, he added: "What will you drink?"

There had been great unison in the Porter household over the placing of Alan.

Peter's furniture had come and he had been placing it without telling her.

In cold weather warm the salt by placing it before the fire.

This appeal was placing Jim alongside of his two big brothers.

It is not so much even as a collocating or placing force of matter itself.

"There is the barrier," she said, placing her hand on the flag-pole.

Placing the telegram in his pocket, he hurried down the stair and out to the street.