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Correct spelling for BURINGING
We think the word buringing 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 buringing
- Browning(Definition of browning)
- Ruining(Definition of ruining)
- Burning(Definition of burning)
- Cringing(Definition of cringing)
- Syringing(Definition of Syringing)
- Ringing(Definition of ringing)
- Wringing(Definition of Wringing)
- Braining(Definition of Braining)
- Fringing(Definition of Fringing)
- Bruising(Definition of bruising)
But i am unable to think of the men of the future deriving any pleasure from our greatest poet, browning.
I said to them, 'gentlemen, you are simply ruining the service.
He rode up to the door, glad in his heart that the light was burning.
To-morrow we are bringing guy into paris."
The king spoke of him as a puppy and a scoundrel; jeered at his impudent, affected airs of duty and affection, declared that neither he nor the queen was in a condition to see him act his false, whining, cringing tricks now, and sent him orders to get out of the place at once.
Your every word sounds like a ringing echo of what my heart has whispered day and night.
Gad, i have no notion of bruising myself to get rid of anyone's beard; let each one shave himself as best he can; i'm not going to accompany my master on any such long journey; besides, i can't give any help to the shaving of these beards as i can to the disenchantment of my lady dulcinea."
At the previous meeting bailie had protested against mr. binningâ€™s appointment to the moderatorâ€™s chair because he maintained, another member of the presbytery had a greater number of uncontraverted votes.