Etymology
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tie-in (n.)
"connection," 1934, from verbal phrase (attested by 1793), from tie (v.) + in (adv.).
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liking (n.)
"fact of being to one's taste," Old English licung, verbal noun from like (v.).
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loving (n.)
"love, friendship," also "sexual love," late 14c., verbal noun from love (v.).
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seeming (n.)

"act or fact of appearing to be," late 14c., verbal noun from seem (v.).

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workaround (n.)
also work-around, by 1987, from the verbal phrase, from work (v.) + around (adv.).
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loitering (n.)
late 14c., verbal noun from loiter (v.).
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fooling (n.)
c. 1600, verbal noun from fool (v.).
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forecasting (n.)
late 14c., verbal noun from forecast (v.).
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shaking (n.)
late 14c., verbal noun from shake (v.).
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working (n.)
"action, operation," verbal noun from work (v.).
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