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Correct spelling for CARPAETING

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Possible correct spellings for carpaeting

  • Competing(Definition of competing)
  • Captain(Definition of captain)
  • "of course not," returned the captain.

  • Capetian(Definition of capetian)
  • Founded by charles i of naples, the youngest son of louis viii of france, the capetian king first ruled the kingdom of sicily during the 13th century.

  • Capering(Definition of Capering)
  • Around these and following after were three or four score merry lads and lasses, all running and capering, shouting and dancing, singly or in groups, hand in hand.

  • Carpooling
  • Tim peper – dougie: as the new carpooler, he tries to gain acceptance into the group of men while frequently committing major carpooling faux pas.

  • Carping(Definition of carping)
  • It is impossible to discover, from the carping records of that time, that she asserted her powers by an unwomanly effort.

  • Creating
  • Carpathian(Definition of Carpathian)
  • In the south the austrians, already heavily punished, would be driven back on the carpathian passes to the south, and westward also toward cracow, which is the key to the situation.

  • Repeating(Definition of repeating)
  • Catting
  • Carpet(Definition of carpet)
  • "they were in the carpet-bag," i cried.

  • Cretin(Definition of cretin)
  • Carding(Definition of Carding)
  • Then if your yarn is uneven the trouble is in the carding room.

  • Coating(Definition of coating)
  • Patting
  • Parting(Definition of parting)
  • Corseting
  • Carpeting(Definition of carpeting)
  • Within the square of men, immediately fronting the king, the war-arms of uganda were arranged in three ranks; the great war-drum, covered with a leopard-skin, and standing on a large carpeting of them, was placed in advance; behind this, propped or hung on a rack of iron, were a variety of the implements of war in common use, offensive and defensive, as spears-of which two were of copper, the rest iron-and shields of wood and leather; whilst in the last row or lot were arranged systematically, with great taste and powerful effect, the supernatural arms, the god of uganda, consisting of charms of various descriptions and in great numbers.

  • Capping
  • Dovetail saw: a backsaw with a blade of 6-10 inches length, for cutting intricate joints in cabinet making work; electricians saw: a very small backsaw used in the early 20th century on the wooden capping and casing in which electric wiring was run; mitre-box saw: a saw with a blade 18-34 inches long, held in an adjustable frame (the mitre box) for making accurate crosscuts and mitres in a workplace; sash saw: a backsaw of blade length 14-16 inches.

  • Crating
  • Carting(Definition of carting)
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