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Correct spelling for ASSSURING

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Possible correct spellings for asssuring

  • Asking
  • Every minute of the day he was asking that question of himself.

  • Accruing
  • What is needed now and without delay is an appropriation by the congress to meet the current and accruing expenses of the commission.

  • Airing
  • As i was here airing myself on the tops of the mountains, i fell into a profound contemplation on the vanity of human life; and, passing from one thought to another, 'surely,' said i, 'man is but a shadow, and life a dream.

  • Searing
  • Ensuring
  • Assailing
  • When betty had fairly gone, doubts began to assail katherine, as they have a habit of assailing impulsive people, after it is too late to pay heed to them.

  • Arising
  • Before the rebellion no one was excluded from the english parliament on account of his religion, whether he was a roman catholic, a presbyterian, or a member of any other of the various sects which were gradually arising in the country.

  • Assaying
  • I will now speak of the assaying of the metal alloys.

  • Assure
  • Assyrian
  • Alluring
  • He had resisted temptation in a most alluring form, and he might hope to date from this moment the dawn of a truer and nobler existence.

  • Assyria
  • Aspirin
  • Aspirin may reduce mortality from breast cancer.

  • Biest
  • Asserting
  • Tell us, count nugent-you who, in the service of holy liberty, have been wandering about the world for the last two years-tell us whether i am not justified in asserting that the nations are about to awake?"

  • Reassuring
  • Assign
  • To dramatic performances i am disposed to assign nothing further than the modest function of furnishing entertainment.

  • Arousing
  • It might be taught as justly, on the whole, and the sooner when the cottager's view of the feast shall cease to be the humble one of our literary critics, to extend this capacity for delicate choosing in the direction of the matter arousing laughter.

  • Assuming
  • Issuing
  • Assassin
  • "you used it as though you had, lord virzal," the assassin replied.

  • Soaring
  • Assyrians
  • Assuring
  • Auguring
  • Assessing
  • The asa physical status classification system is a system for assessing the fitness of patients before surgery.

  • Scissoring
  • Assurance
  • Siring
  • Assorting
  • Insuring
  • Assuaging
  • Measuring
  • Aspiring
  • The blunders that these aspiring young ladies and gentlemen make in orthography are enough to set one's teeth on edge."

  • Souring
  • Usurping
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