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Correct spelling for BELIVEING
We think the word beliveing is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for beliveing
- Belching(Definition of belching)
- Belling(Definition of belling)
- Bluffing(Definition of Bluffing)
- Living(Definition of living)
- Relieving(Definition of Relieving)
- Believing(Definition of believing)
- Belting(Definition of belting)
- Belaying(Definition of Belaying)
- Bolivian(Definition of bolivian)
Great clouds of smoke are belching through the opening, and are rolling heavily away upon the chill, scented air.
In the creek, where the two vessels had been moored for the winter, the elevation of the ice, in anticipation of which lieutenant procope had taken the precautionary measure of beveling, was going on slowly but irresistibly, and the tartan was upheaved fifty feet above the level of the gallian sea, while the schooner, as being lighter, had been raised to a still greater altitude.
Bellingham is to-day the most considerable village of the neighbourhood; it stands conveniently at the foot of the hills where the little belling burn, or hareshaw burn, joins the main stream.
Patriotism became an intricate game of bluffing ourselves.
The sails fluttered and trembled on their massive yards, bellying and collapsing alternately for a minute, and then the rushing wind swept over them in a hurricane.
Her fear had been that time would dim her recollection of them, and her great joy was to discover that this was not so, and that she could recall the intonations of his voice and the colour of his eyes and the words he spoke to her, reliving them in imagination more intensely than while she was actually in his arms just before that terrible fall or in the shop and frightened lest mrs. ede or ralph should come in and surprise them.
A couple of men living by themselves in a criminal looking mansion, who hurriedly pulled down blinds, looked both suspicious and apprehensive at the sight of a stranger, and made odd innuendoes and allusions in their conversation.
Last chance, living, taking, giving, having,– Last Day On Earth by duran duran
The latter should have led the dignitaries, but had spent so much time in buttoning and unbuttoning its capes and belts, in brushing its hats and polishing its staves that it was late, thereby belying its name.
These were soon disposed of, although i made a close search, disarranging beds, delving into closets, and leaving no nook or corner big enough to conceal a man, unrevealed.
She hesitated and looked over at the shining roofs, at the patches of green shrubbery relieving them, and, in the background, at the mountains where lawton died.
What are you doing here with a candle, and behaving like a lunatic?"
He really had some difficulty in not believing himself that she had given it to him.
He closed the solemnities by belting around me the sword which his neighbour, colonel brown, had worn at buena vista and molino del rey; and he accompanied this act with another impressive blast.
At the same moment bill lost his hold of the belaying-pin which had served to steady him, and he slid with stunning violence against the skylight.
The expedition staff consisted of captain bolland, an englishman; m. barbiere, a frenchman; dr. perez, bolivian; m. gerard d'avezsac, french artist and hunter, and the writer of these pages.