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Correct spelling for AOUNTING

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Possible correct spellings for aounting

  • Abounding
  • The jersey watershed, with its streams abounding in wood duck and all manner of wild life, must have been in its primeval days as fascinating as some of the streams of the florida cypress swamps.

  • Abutting
  • This part varies considerably in different seasons, and in 1861 we found it difficult; for the fine steady weather of that year had reduced the snow-beds abutting against it to a lower level than usual, and the rocks which were left exposed at the junction of the snow with the cliffs, had few ledges or cracks to which we could hold.

  • Accounting
  • There is no accounting for the vanity of some people; but the best proof of genius is imitation.

  • Anointing
  • The anointing of pepin by pope adrian i., in imitation of the example of samuel, was the first semblance of the pope's usurpation of the prerogatives of that official in acknowledging the right of kings.

  • Bounding
  • We immediately hauled away on one of our springs, just in time to escape several more iron missiles, which went bounding across the harbour.

  • Bunting
  • The townsfolk of harwich, in particular, had hung out every scrap of bunting they could find, besides erecting half a dozen triumphal arches, which by their taste and magnificence were calculated to leave the most favourable impression in the sovereign's mind.

  • Counting
  • He knew that the three whom he sought, the four counting garcia whom he had not forgotten, might have slipped down across the border and into the states.

  • Daunting
  • Again that daunting panther quickness of movement from the big slouching figure; the powerful lines seemed to melt and flow as he flung himself in judith's direction, and cast one arm firmly about her in such a way that it pinioned both her elbows to her side.

  • Founding
  • These words can but refer to the important truth that there can be no founding of a world until the deity has made an act of sacrifice.

  • Haunting
  • The sudden alarm at chaudfontaine had given rise to a haunting dread, which she was unable to shake off, though even that was rather a vague sensation than a well-defined, reasonable fear.

  • Hunting
  • After several weeks had gone by in this way, and he had made no attempt to escape, he started to go hunting with only a few natives instead of with a big party.

  • Mounting
  • Mounting his horse, he proceeded to the right of the army, where, having delayed a few minutes till the moon rising gave light enough through the clouds to distinguish objects, he pushed forward at a venture, in as straight a line as he could guess at.

  • Ousting
  • They abused english business methods and complained that germans were ousting englishmen from the markets of the world.

  • Outing
  • "you have not taken your usual weekly outing," he remarked, "and i feel we ought to have some wild game.

  • Pointing
  • Presently he said, tenderly, affectionately, pointing to a chair opposite him: "be seated, my son."

  • Pounding
  • But two weeks is an eternity when hearts are pounding, when ears are strained and lips are waiting.

  • Punting
  • Rounding
  • Sounding
  • Taunting
  • Uniting
  • Wounding
  • Amounting
  • Upon opening lyons' will it was found that he had bequeathed all his savings, prudent investments and property, amounting to about $50,000, to the government to aid it in the prosecution of the war for its existence.

  • Hounding
  • Jaunting
  • Jointing
  • Mounding
  • Shunting
  • Vaunting
  • Anteing
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