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dishing

  1. present participle of dish

AdjectiveEdit

dishing (comparative more dishing, superlative most dishing)

  1. Shaped like a dish; concave.

NounEdit

dishing (plural dishings)

  1. A dish shape or deformation; a concavity.
  2. (sometimes figuratively) The act of placing in a dish, as when presenting food to be served.
    • 1887, The National Review (volume 9, page 209)
      The new musical coatings given to these old forms and fiavourings have ever been the curse of musical progress in this country, and it is high time that such “dishings-up” were turned away from, once and for ever, by the music-loving public.

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