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Correct spelling for COMMTING

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Possible correct spellings for commting

  • Competing(Definition of competing)
  • When they've killed off their common relative, and get to competing for grub, they'll exterminate each other, and we'll be rid of 'em all.

  • Costing(Definition of costing)
  • Coming(Definition of coming)
  • I expect lord runton and the rest of them are coming back.

  • Commenting
  • Leaning eagerly forward, they began an inspection of the samples, commenting on their respective values, while whitcomb, unfolding a tracing of the workings of the mine, explained the locality from which each piece was taken, its depth from the surface, the width and dip of the vein, and other items of interest.

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • Major c.t. bingham tells us:-"about kaukarit, on the houndraw river in tenasserim, i found this species, in june 1878, very common.

  • Commuting
  • In countries where purpose-built utility bikes are unavailable or unsuited to local conditions, many cyclists have acquired hybrid bicycles, road bicycles, mountain bikes, or touring bicycles for commuting and general utility use, often refurbishing older or secondhand models.

  • Coasting(Definition of Coasting)
  • There were still sailors in the coasting trade in those days, you remember.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • The president's powers in the matter of letter writing, however, deserve a special comment.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Hence there is nothing more demoralizing than any sustained attempt to believe that which does not commend itself to our most sacred convictions.

  • Courting(Definition of courting)
  • Mooting(Definition of Mooting)
  • Muting(Definition of Muting)
  • Vomiting(Definition of vomiting)
  • Commanding(Definition of commanding)
  • Batteries commanding the road which crossed this isthmus seemed, at the time, quite sufficient to defend the town.

  • Commending
  • He had received three and one-half bushels of letters from utter strangers, commending his practical christianity and his highly intelligent plan for feeding the hungry.

  • Coveting
  • Combating
  • What i wish to tell you may be of aid to you in combating any scheme of revenge he may harbor.

  • Commits
  • The eastern wrongdoer never commits this mistake.

  • Communing
  • One evening as he sat upon his couch, communing with himself as he was wont, i stood before him; looking in his face, i said, 'pauline-her name is then, pauline.

  • Emoting
  • Mating(Definition of mating)
  • Command(Definition of command)
  • Colonel kilpatrick was in command.

  • Commit(Definition of commit)
  • The rest of us can then commit ourselves and our interests unreservedly to these ladies, and proceed to enjoy ourselves without thought of the morrow."

  • Comforting
  • And comforting herself with this reflection, she allowed the subject to drop, and went with him to the library.

  • Combing(Definition of combing)
  • The other grooms with their animals were on in advance, and were by this time employed in combing out forelocks, and rubbing stirrup leathers and horses' legs free from the dirt of the roads;-but bat smithers was like his master, and did not congregate much with other men, and vavasor was sure to give orders to his servant different from the orders given by others.

  • Commotion(Definition of commotion)
  • He went out without another word, and there was a commotion of clerks as we left.

  • Committing
  • Aunt emma went in, and the children pressed in after her, full of curiosity to see what crime tiza had been committing.

  • Coding
  • Later, when wider character sets gained more acceptance, iso 8859, vendor-specific character sets and eventually unicode became the preferred methods of coding most of these variants.

  • Comporting
  • Counting(Definition of counting)
  • Computing(Definition of computing)
  • Meting
  • Coating(Definition of coating)
  • Before we could sufficiently recover from our surprise, or, rather, calm our joyful realization of a hope born of the boys' start from the valley below, they were among us, and henry had sprung from his horse and embraced his brother, leaving a generous coating of yeso upon the army blue.

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