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Spell Check of reading

Correct spelling: reading

Definition of reading:

  1. Addicted to or devoted to reading.
  2. The act of reading; study of books; a lecture; a public recital; the way in which a passage reads; interpretation and rendering; the formal recital of a bill by the proper officer before the legislative body which is to consider it.

Common misspellings for reading:

  • readin (18%)
  • reding (13%)
  • readign (7%)
  • rading (6%)
  • readng (5%)
  • reeding (4%)
  • reaing (4%)
  • raeding (4%)
  • readind (4%)
  • readig (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Reading \re(a)-di-ng\

son of the red-haired
Reading as a boy's name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Reading is "son of the red-haired". Also a place name.
Reiding, Redding, Reeding.

Examples of usage for reading:

  1. Having done this, he saw that she was reading, and he watched her for a moment without saying anything. "Night and Day" , Virginia Woolf.
  2. Katharine looked up from her reading with a smile. "Night and Day" , Virginia Woolf.
  3. Worse still, when we did leave it we found that Reading would not leave us. "Afoot in England" , W.H. Hudson.

Quotes for reading:

  1. I didn't start working on children's books until I got a job at a book warehouse on the children's floor. When I started reading some of the books, I was so impressed. - Kate DiCamillo
  2. I found myself facing a Christian Science Reading Room. My God! It had been eight years. There had never been any renunciation of religion on my part, but like so many people, it was a gradual fading away. - Henry Fonda
  3. Physically I'm tired at the end of the day and quite glad to be reading in bed by midnight. - Bob Geldof
  4. I wish in my own mind I were more definite- that I was absolutely convinced I'd never direct someone else's script, but I keep reading scripts, because I might find something. - Paul Mazursky
  5. It is a common temptation of Satan to make us give up the reading of the Word and prayer when our enjoyment is gone; as if it were of no use to read the Scriptures when we do not enjoy them, and as if it were no use to pray when we have no spirit of prayer. - George Muller