Vining vs Dining - What's the difference?

vining | dining |


As verbs the difference between vining and dining

is that vining is present participle of lang=en while dining is present participle of lang=en.

As nouns the difference between vining and dining

is that vining is the action of the verb to vine while dining is eating dinner as a social function.

As an adjective vining

is growing in the manner of a vine; twisting and entwining.

vining

English

Verb

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  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Growing in the manner of a vine; twisting and entwining.
  • Derived terms

    * vining pea

    Noun

    (-)
  • The action of the verb to .
  • dining

    English

    Noun

  • Eating dinner as a social function.
  • * 1869 , The XIX Century (volume 1, page 6)
  • For my own part I preferred to remain with the ship, and I am now glad that I did so, for the welcome we received at Havana; the cheering crowds upon the quay; the friends we met and made; the dinings in and dinings out
  • Entertaining someone to dinner.
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