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NounEdit

caballing ‎(countable and uncountable, plural caballings)

  1. (oceanography) Alternative form of cabbeling.
  2. (dated) Secret plotting.
    • 1810, Daniel Horsmanden, The New York Conspiracy:
      And lastly, the examinant saith, that from the beginning of these conversations with the said Mary Burton, about these plottings and caballings between the Hughsons and the negroes []
    • Thomas Longueville, The Curious Case of Lady Purbeck:
      In all these negotiations, and caballings, and intriguings, the person most concerned, Frances Coke, the beauty and the heiress, was only the ball in the game.

VerbEdit

caballing

  1. present participle of cabal