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Correct spelling for CONTINUUING
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Possible correct spellings for continuuing
- Continuous(Definition of continuous)
- Confining(Definition of confining)
- Continuation(Definition of continuation)
- Continuance(Definition of continuance)
- Continual(Definition of continual)
- Continent(Definition of continent)
- Condensing(Definition of condensing)
- Continuity(Definition of continuity)
- Continue(Definition of continue)
- Conjoining(Definition of Conjoining)
- Connoting(Definition of Connoting)
- Contending(Definition of contending)
- Continued(Definition of continued)
- Contingent(Definition of contingent)
If the shore above the beach line were perfectly level and straight, the grass or bushes upon it of equal height, the sand thrown up by the waves uniform in size and weight of particles as well as in distribution, and if the action of the wind were steady and regular, a continuous bank would be formed, everywhere alike in height and cross section.
The cricket was struggling only feebly now, and the cries it uttered were but feeble, because of the confining threads that fettered its limbs.
He had passed one shortly before, which had gradually declined into the bottom of the sea; this might be a continuation of the same, which after an interval had arisen again from the bottom.
"we have a continuance of fine wind, which, i trust, will carry us to gibraltar in two days.
We made room for him and he sat down, continuing to talk.
Leaving the cave was out of question, for the brute was undoubtedly watching for him; and yet remaining was almost as dangerous, as long watching and continual exertion weighed down his eyelids and rendered sleep imperative.
This unknown continent is attacked, it is true, in more than one place.
That first "strike feeling"-diffused, shifting and uncertain-was condensing as in a storm cloud here, swelling, thickening, whirling, attracting swiftly to itself all these floating forces.
Perhaps the most disconcerting characteristic of that complex affair, the human organism, is the lack of continuity of its moods.
This state of things is not to continue forever.
Thus apollo is first, physically, the sun contending with darkness; but morally, the power of divine life contending with corruption.
"it makes me pretty sick to look at it," he continued.
The ranks of the first contingent were all filled up.