Antonyms for kiting

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The fever of speculation was in the veins of the community before "kiting" began.

Now you will have to excuse me—the market's kiting, and I've got to watch it.

So he was all ears when Sloan one night gave his opinions on the subject of kiting.

He sent the 190 kiting along the tops of the waves and away inland.

Where a wolf will kite off and keep on kiting, a dog will plan.

He knew instinctively the principles of "pyramiding" and "kiting."

Right welcome was the usual afternoon squall, which sent these pests "kiting" over the stern.

For an instant all hands beheld a small sloop with a broken mast, kiting before the wind.

The ice was smooth and hard, and the breeze powerful enough to send them along at a kiting pace.

This was a system of "kiting" stocks, just as other fraud concerns have been known to kite checks.