Associations to the word «Getting»

Wiktionary

GETTING, verb. Present participle of get
GETTING, noun. The act of obtaining or acquiring; acquisition.
GETTING, noun. That which is got or obtained; gain; profit.
GETTING A WRIGGLE ON, verb. Present participle of get a wriggle on
GETTING AHEAD, verb. Present participle of get ahead
GETTING AHOLD OF, verb. Present participle of get ahold of
GETTING ALONG, verb. Present participle of get along
GETTING ANY, verb. (euphemistic) Having sex (habitually, not currently).
GETTING AROUND TO, verb. Present participle of get around to
GETTING BEHIND, verb. Present participle of get behind
GETTING BETTER, verb. Present participle of get better
GETTING BLOOD FROM A STONE, verb. Present participle of get blood from a stone
GETTING CARRIED AWAY, verb. Present participle of get carried away
GETTING DOWN, verb. Present participle of get down
GETTING DRESSED, verb. Present participle of get dressed
GETTING DRUNK, verb. Present participle of get drunk
GETTING ENOUGH, verb. (euphemistic) Having sex (habitually, not currently).
GETTING EVEN, verb. Present participle of get even
GETTING HIGH, verb. Present participle of get high
GETTING HOLD OF, verb. Present participle of get hold of
GETTING INTO SOMEONE'S PANTS, verb. Present participle of get into someone's pants
GETTING IT, verb. Present participle of get it
GETTING LAID, verb. Present participle of get laid
GETTING OFF, verb. Past participle of get off
GETTING OFF ON, verb. Present participle of get off on
GETTING ON, verb. Present participle of get on
GETTING OPEN, verb. Present participle of get open
GETTING OUT, verb. Present participle of get out
GETTING OVER, verb. Present participle of get over
GETTING THE KNACK, verb. Present participle of get the knack
GETTING THE POINT, verb. Present participle of get the point
GETTING TO, verb. Present participle of get to
GETTING TO THE POINT, verb. Present participle of get to the point
GETTING UP, verb. Present participle of get up
GETTING USED TO, noun. Acclimation, adjustment.
GETTING WET, verb. Present participle of get wet

Dictionary definition

GETTING, noun. The act of acquiring something; "I envied his talent for acquiring"; "he's much more interested in the getting than in the giving".

Wise words

The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.
Leo Tolstoy