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Rod Blagojevich auctioning off the seat to the highest bidder.

Republicans in Oregon are honoring two victims of gun violence by auctioning off an AR-15.

On Wednesday, Christie's is auctioning John Currin's famous 1991 painting 'Bea Arthur Naked.'

And then you see this: Galloway auctioning on eBay the jacket in which he debated Christopher Hitchens.

The company has been inundated with requests and is now considering auctioning off what few pairs remain, "for charity purposes."

She had almost reached the end of her supplies, and some one had suggested auctioning off the remainder.

The concert was held the afternoon following the auctioning of the seats, and the chums covered themselves with glory.

I visited the slave market and again saw the auctioning of human beings, some as light of color as Zoe and of as much breeding.

"It's that chap was auctioning off the ship's pool an hour or two ago," explained Vogel.

The train-boy went right on auctioning his papers and magazines, and poking them into the laps of his prey.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to auctioning, such as: clearance, demolition, destruction, disposition, dumping, and removal.

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