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Correct spelling for CONDITRONING

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Possible correct spellings for conditroning

  • Contriving
  • And so i did push off with the pole, and i pusht and paddled maybe the half of an hour, for, indeed it was all a clumsy contriving, and mayhap i the more so in my labours.

  • Condoning
  • Without in the least condoning existing conditions, it may even be said that lynching, unlike private assassination, involves some degree of co-operation and is the expression of public, rather than of individual, vengeance.

  • Condemning(Definition of condemning)
  • Suppose we should be condemning poor uncle duke without having the real facts?

  • Construing
  • The government is very broad and liberal in construing the meaning of the word indigent; and the fact that the applicant for free baths has some property, seems not to act as a bar to the privilege of free baths.

  • Controlling
  • Controlling my exultation, i merely said: "perfectly diabolical!

  • Contemning
  • Could this be beltane the smith, this tall, gentle-eyed youth, this soft-voiced singer of dreams? could this indeed be the mighty wrestler of whom she had heard so many tales of late, how that he lived an anchorite, deep hidden in the green, hating the pomp and turmoil of cities, and contemning women and all their ways?

  • Conditioning
  • We shall need to relate these conditioning causes more definitely to the various cults and movements as we go on to study them, but here at least are the backgrounds against which they must be studied and the lines of testing down which they must be followed.

  • Contorting
  • "do you think they'll notice it?" he inquired, contorting himself horribly in order to view the small of his back.

  • Constraining(Definition of constraining)
  • No. 6. the force constraining the moon in her orbit is the same gravity as gives terrestrial bodies their weight and regulates the motion of projectiles.

  • Containing
  • Printed papers were circulated among the people containing conciliatory and flattering propositions and announcing the appointment of commissioners to perfect these inglorious terms of peace.

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