hover[ huhv-er, hov- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hover
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOVER
That hover o'er the meeting-halls, Where many a voice stentorian bawls!
Anthony would not come and hover silently at my bedside in the middle of the night.
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After seeming to hover for a time on the verge of a great truth, we have gained only a truism.
I hover over my racked body like a ghost, and exist in an interregnum.
We have three homes between which we hover—Germany, the earth, and heaven.
While he was suffering, a large fly was observed to hover near his head.
The angels do hover about me, even here, in the shape of my children!
It seemed to hover just like the big mechanical bird that it was.
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c.1400, hoveren, frequentative of hoven "hover, tarry, linger;" see hove (1). Related: Hovered; hovering. As a noun from 1510s.