getting[ get ]SEE DEFINITION OF getting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GETTING
He's getting old, and he's come along into his second childhood.
"And you're getting it so high it's top-heavy," cautioned Mrs. Drelmer.
"Now we're getting where Christians live," said Percival, with warm appreciation.
And then we'll have to see about getting all our capital here.
One of our horses is very lame, and we have a little trouble in getting him along.
Philip was getting into a dangerous mood with his sentimentalism.
To-night we did not succeed in getting the howitzer into camp.
But there was no getting from him, till I had heard a great deal more of what he had to say.
I didn't mean it, but things are getting beyond my endurance.
There's a great roaring in the west, and it's worse it'll be getting when the tide's turned to the wind.