Examples of dealing in a Sentence
There were reports of shady dealings between the two sides.
He has a reputation for fair dealing.
Recent Examples of dealing from the Web
Fabian Gonzalez, 26, of Caldwell, was charged with unlawful dealing in firearms and possession of an unregistered firearm.
Prosecutors were not the first to call attention to Mr. Manafort’s New York real estate dealings.
The special counsel’s team inherited a federal investigation into his foreign business dealings that dated back to 2014.
This aggressive shift toward Trump associates’ personal dealings is disastrous news for the president, his allies, and his enablers.
Baseball’s winter meetings are over, but the wheeling and dealing picked up pace on Friday.
Make sure to follow USA TODAY Sports for all the latest MLB dealings from Florida.
People close to Flynn described to The Associated Press the pressures of the past year as investigators with special counsel Robert Mueller not only zeroed in on him but also intensely examined the dealings of one of his sons, Michael G. Flynn.
Superintendent Dan Walker said the district worked with the parents and the Bethel Police Department to investigate the drug dealing.
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First Known Use of dealing
DEALING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dealing for English Language Learners
deal*ings : the actions that are a main part of the relationship between people, groups, organizations, etc. : social or business interactions
: a way of behaving or of doing business
DEALING Defined for Kids
Definition of dealing for Students
- She has frequent dealings with the mayor.
- fair dealing
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