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Correct spelling for ASUREING

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Possible correct spellings for asureing

  • Issuing
  • She felt, with the sunset blinding her and that black figure in front of her and the intense clenchedness of the voice issuing from it, in the presence of immensities.

  • Siren
  • In appearance she was a siren.

  • Adoring
  • For many weeks after her self-imposed exile, she had been unable to think of her mother without a mingled sense of shame and resentment; the adoring love she had borne this being seemed to die with her respect.

  • Inuring
  • Astern
  • But there are not less than three steamers pursuing her, though they are a long way astern of her.

  • Usurping
  • Souring
  • Auguring
  • Saurian
  • You remember those drawings of leonardo's, where the knight's face and the outline of his helmet combine in one monstrous saurian profile?

  • Arising
  • Assuring
  • He shook hands with trask, assuring him of the gratitude of the court and royal family.

  • Syringe
  • Arena
  • In such places as these the spirits of the mountain sit and watch the changing scenes of the hills in the vast arena before them.

  • Aspirin
  • They include all the old-fashioned salicylates as well as certain more recent compounds, such as aspirin.

  • Aspiring
  • It is said that lee plotted against america during his imprisonment; but general washington did not know that, and used every exertion to have him exchanged, so that his aspiring rival soon again joined the american army.

  • Airing
  • You see, i'd left swifty joe runnin' the physical culture studio, and i was doin' a lap up the sunny side of the avenue, just to give my holiday regalia an airing.

  • Averring
  • Assyrian
  • I want to have a look at the assyrian reliefs.

  • Acing
  • Arraign
  • But he would arraign slinn, and at once.

  • Azure
  • Though it had carried her up and up; and though the singing came back from golden azure, yet she had not forgotten her humor.

  • Asserting
  • He charged bernadotte to "offer many assurances favourable to prussia, and testify all possible affection and respect for her-and then rapidly cross her land, asserting the impossibility of doing anything else."

  • Assorting
  • Ensuring
  • Assuming
  • M. persisted in assuming that he was not as poor as b., and that it was all owing to his superior address and financial ability.

  • Earring
  • In that case the earring would be held on by a string over the ear.

  • Assuaging
  • Assure
  • Not the least use, i assure you.

  • Asking
  • We needn't get into the habit of asking her if you don't want her."

  • Searing
  • Ushering
  • Siring
  • Easing
  • Ralph promised, with gladness to find some way of easing his load of debt to jock.

  • Arcing
  • Accruing
  • The benefits accruing to education, from successfully imitating nature in this department of her process, will be incalculable; not only in adding to the amount of knowledge communicated, but in the ease and delight which the young will experience in acquiring it.

  • Soaring
  • One does not readily forget the exquisite view that rewards the climber as he reaches the summit of the saddle and stands on the edge of a thousand-foot precipice that drops sheer to the valley, and yet seems insignificant when the eye goes up and up to the glittering peak of temple mountain soaring thousands of feet above.

  • Alluring
  • Its flower is less alluring than many others, but it never allows itself to be completely hidden through the wild growth of neighboring branches.

  • Measuring
  • It is sometimes of large size, measuring up to 15 cm.

  • Assaying
  • Oaring
  • Arousing
  • Austen
  • Time has not dimmed the warmth of my personal feeling either for austen or neville chamberlain.

  • Reassuring
  • It was with a view to reassuring her on all these points that he now added: "we are not thinking of sending le monarque."

  • Agreeing
  • At last it was agreed that the band would disperse, red bill, on the promise that he might have the two horses captured, agreeing to deliver the two prisoners to the federal commander at frankfort.

  • Using
  • Assign
  • Captain harding will introduce you to your brother officers and later on i will assign you to duty.

  • Insuring
  • Austin
  • What about austin himself?"

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