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Correct spelling for COMPLTEING

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Possible correct spellings for complteing

  • Competing(Definition of competing)
  • If so, i shall go to the competing ground the more cheerfully that two such good fellows await the outcome on the other side.

  • Completion(Definition of completion)
  • The amount of cutting duty is obviously confined to the production of the holes to receive the pin and the metal removed from the groove cut by the cutters, so that at completion of the cutter duty there comes from the work a ferrule or annular ring that has been cut out of the work.

  • Comporting
  • Compacting(Definition of Compacting)
  • Computing(Definition of computing)
  • The positive philosophy of comte has only given expression to the observing and computing mind of the nineteenth century.

  • Compiling
  • Nothing that a steam laundry and the latest machinery for man-embellishing, from custom tailoring to staten island and hair dyeing, could do to obliterate the fish business from his personality had been omitted in compiling this de luxe, numbered and signed copy of a man.

  • Composting
  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • She made no complaint and very seldom alluded to her lover's silence or to his absence.

  • Completing(Definition of completing)
  • The deputies on their side only aspired at completing the constitution and effecting the re-organisation of the state.

  • Compelling(Definition of compelling)
  • The up and down stairs tugged at the rear muscles of mrs. becker's legs, compelling evening foot baths.

  • Complain(Definition of complain)
  • But no one had ever heard him complain.

  • Complying(Definition of complying)
  • In this case, it were but reasonable to expect, on the other hand, that in return for our complying so far with his interest, for the improvement of his country, his czarish majesty, on his part, should demand nothing that may tend to the disturbance of another; and, therefore, contenting himself with ships of trade, should demand none of war.

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