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Correct spelling for BETWITCHING
We think the word betwitching 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 betwitching
- Twitching(Definition of twitching)
- Bewitch(Definition of bewitch)
- Botching(Definition of Botching)
- Witching(Definition of witching)
- Switching(Definition of switching)
- Betting(Definition of betting)
- Watching(Definition of watching)
- Bewitching(Definition of bewitching)
- Stitching(Definition of stitching)
A small spasm drew across the features of maren, a twitching of the full lips.
Hood, not content with such a play upon ideas, would bewitch the whole sentence with plays upon words also.
Thursday evening will mark the british debut of the mysterious and bewitchingly beautiful castilian dancer, lola montez.
Not only is an animal immediately observed, but anything out of the common among surrounding objects instantly strikes the attention; the waving of one bough in particular when all are moving in the breeze; the switching of a deer's ear above the long grass; the slight rustling of an animal moving in the jungle.
Of late years he had crept into credit as a betting-man.
Nelatha waited, watching closely.
"case of serious jealousy on the part of some lover of the bewitching creature.
She was very busy, stitching.