queueing n.

“act or fact of standing in line,” 1918, verbal noun from queue (v.).

“Queueing” had really become an equivalent for sport with some working-class women. It afforded an occasion and an opportunity for gossip. [“The War of Food in Britain,” in “The Congregationalist and Advance,” April 25, 1918]

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