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Definition of Pickering

  • The sauger of the St.Lawrence River.

How to use pickering in a sentence. Pickering pronunciation.

Thence to Graye's Inn walkes; and there met Mr. Pickering and walked with him two hours till 8 o'clock till I was quite weary.
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Thence took Ned Pickering to dinner with us, and the two Marshes, father and Son, dined with us, and very merry.
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After dinner Sir W. Batten and I, the Doctor, and Ned Pickering by coach to the Yard, and there on board the Swallow in the dock hear our navy chaplain preach a sad sermon, full of nonsense and false Latin; but prayed for the Right Honourable the principal officers.
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After dinner to Whitehall; to the Privy Seal, whither my father came to me, and staid talking with me a great while, telling me that he had propounded Mr. John Pickering for Sir Thomas Honywood's daughter, which I think he do not deserve for his own merit: I know not what he may do for his estate.
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Pickering is come from my Lord, and says that he left him well in Holland, and that he will be here within three or four days.
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He had left a will which gave me his property conditionally, Pickering wrote, and it was necessary for me to return immediately to qualify as legatee.
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But this letter changed my plans, and the following day I cabled Pickering of my departure and was outward bound on a steamer for New York.
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Pickering was a serious man, and I was glad to see that my levity pained him.
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Pickering and I had grown up in the same town in Vermont; we had attended the same preparatory school, but there had been from boyhood a certain antagonism between us.
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When I refused to settle down to my profession, but chose to see something of the world first, Pickering gave himself seriously to the law, and there was, I knew from the beginning, no manner of chance that he would fail.
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It was, I knew readily enough, part of my punishment for having succeeded so signally in incurring my grandfather’s displeasure that he had made it necessary for me to treat with Arthur Pickering in this matter of the will; and Pickering was enjoying the situation to the full.
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I was quite willing to be patronized by a man of years and experience; but Pickering was my own age, and his experience of life seemed to me preposterously inadequate.
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Pickering had asked me a question, and I was suddenly aware that his eyes were fixed upon me and that he awaited my answer.
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I’ll bet a thousand dollars, if I have so much money in the world, that this scheme is yours, Pickering, and not his.
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My staying qualities had been proved weak long ago, as Pickering knew well enough.
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Pickering, you always were a well-meaning fellow,—I’ll turn over to you all my right, interest and title in and to these angelic Sisters.
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Marriage, Pickering, is not embraced in my scheme of life!
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Pickering smiled at my resentment.
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You flatter my judgment, Pickering.
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He treated me a lot better than I deserved,” I said, with a heartache that I had not known often in my irresponsible life; but I could not afford to show feeling before Arthur Pickering.
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Examples of Pickering

Example #1
His discourse most about the pride of the Duchess of York; and how all the ladies envy my Lady Castlemaine.
Example #2
In the morning to Paul's, where I heard a pretty good sermon, and thence to dinner with my Lady at the Wardrobe; and after much talk with her after dinner, I went to the Temple to Church, and there heard another: by the same token a boy, being asleep, fell down a high seat to the ground, ready to break his neck, but got no hurt.
Example #3
After dinner Sir W. Batten and I, the Doctor, and Ned Pickering by coach to the Yard, and there on board the Swallow in the dock hear our navy chaplain preach a sad sermon, full of nonsense and false Latin; but prayed for the Right Honourable the principal officers.
Example #4
And here I spoke and saluted Mrs. Pierce, but being in haste could not learn of her where her lodgings are, which vexes me.
Example #5
Thence took Ned Pickering to dinner with us, and the two Marshes, father and Son, dined with us, and very merry.