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- The action of the verb to divine in any sense.
1857, Martha Griffith Browne, Autobiography of a Female Slave, page 347:
- We took a long stroll through the lamp-lit streets, talking of the blessed hopes that struggled in our bosoms; of the faint divinings of the future; told over the story of past sufferings, and renewed olden vows of devotion.
divining (not comparable)
- That or who divines (in any sense of the verb).
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