filing

All Noun Verb
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  • Despite the filing, during that year the company said that it was not going to move its headquarters.
  • Iron filings are very small pieces of iron that look like a light powder.
  • They ended up not filing a claim, thus maintaining a claim-free history for their home.
  • According to the filing, they would like to keep doing business while they restructure.
  • They brought out the filings themselves, in a box of gold. Cited from Hereward, by Charles Kingsley
  • Battle was charged with filing a false police report the following day.
  • However, they failed to follow up with any legal filings.
  • It was rejected because the law was no longer in effect at the time of the filing.
  • It takes many years of full-time saw filing to become proficient in the trade.
  • She is an expert on nearly everything and plans to create the perfect filing system.
  • Court filings revealed that he had at least four affairs.
  • Therefore, one must know the court's requirement before filing court papers.
  • These students are encouraged to file this form in January although later filing is accepted.
  • Most filings since then have been made online, and judges are brought in from larger cities if needed for business.
  • It started off with financial trouble, not being able to complete its construction and subsequently filing for bankruptcy.
  • The mill continued operations and supply to its customers at the time of filing.
  • Between the filing of suit and the trial, the parties are required to share information through discovery.
  • Almost any religious society or church can qualify for filing as a corporation sole in these states.
  • The claim was accepted for filing, and funds were provided for additional research of the claim.
  • In another moment I came upon the minute filings I had before observed scattered over a small stand. Cited from The Filigree Ball, by Anna Katharine Green
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Root form of filing is file for the verb.

Words starting with filing

Meaning of filing

  • noun The entering of a legal document into the public record
    he filed a complaint, he filed his tax return
  • noun A fragment rubbed off by the use of a file
  • noun The act of using a file (as in shaping or smoothing an object)
  • noun Preservation and methodical arrangement as of documents and papers etc.
    I have some filing to do
  • verb Record in a public office or in a court of law
    file for divorce, file a complaint
  • verb Smooth with a file
    file one's fingernails
  • verb Proceed in line
    The students filed into the classroom
  • verb Place in a container for keeping records
    File these bills, please