goings out


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Going \Go"ing\, n.
   1. The act of moving in any manner; traveling; as, the going
      is bad.
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   2. Departure. --Milton.
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   3. Pregnancy; gestation; childbearing. --Crew.
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   4. pl. Course of life; behavior; doings; ways.
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            His eyes are upon the ways of man, and he seeth all
            his goings.                           --Job xxxiv.
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   Going barrel. (Horology)
      (a) A barrel containing the mainspring, and having teeth
          on its periphery to drive the train.
      (b) A device for maintaining a force to drive the train
          while the timepiece is being wound up.

   Going forth. (Script.)
      (a) Outlet; way of exit. "Every going forth of the
          sanctuary." --Ezek. xliv. 5.
      (b) A limit; a border. "The going forth thereof shall be
          from the south to Kadesh-barnea." --Num. xxxiv. 4.

   Going out, or Goings out. (Script.)
      (a) The utmost extremity or limit. "The border shall go
          down to Jordan, and the goings out of it shall be at
          the salt sea." --Num. xxxiv. 12.
      (b) Departure or journeying. "And Moses wrote their goings
          out according to their journeys." --Num. xxxiii. 2.

   Goings on, behavior; actions; conduct; -- usually in a bad
      sense.
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