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Correct spelling for BRINKING
We think the word brinking 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 brinking
- Blinking(Definition of blinking)
- Banking(Definition of banking)
- Breaking(Definition of breaking)
- Shrinking(Definition of shrinking)
- Ranking(Definition of ranking)
- Drinking(Definition of drinking)
- Braining(Definition of Braining)
Blinking stars as flash of amber, snowy clouds on-rush, tears and happiness and kisses- and the dawn's red blush!
Once a faded, white-haired old man had handed jack a check after banking hours to make good an account-a man whose face had haunted him for hours.
It was but too natural that kate should wish to have her child with her, but the event is heart-breaking-such a darling, so bright, so pretty.
Dick flushed with a mixture of gratitude and shrinking.
And so the neighbors had not got back to the house when they met the mother running to meet them and bringing her own child, that she had found in its bed, when she got back from the town, sleeping, as well and as sound as ever it was.
An extensive discussion of both cases-the stubborn resistance made after the fall of the stuarts, and some of the attempts at independence of later times-would show at once the difference between the two cases, and prevent thinking men from ranking the "tories" of ancient times with the avowed revolutionists of our days.
What you been drinking?"