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Correct spelling for COUNCLING
We think the word councling is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for councling
- Bungling(Definition of bungling)
- Concluding(Definition of concluding)
- Knuckling(Definition of Knuckling)
- Consoling(Definition of consoling)
- Cackling(Definition of Cackling)
- Jangling(Definition of jangling)
- Conjoin(Definition of conjoin)
- Connecting(Definition of connecting)
- Congealing(Definition of Congealing)
- Concealing(Definition of concealing)
The major's a bungling fool!
We may be a little too hasty in concluding that he is extinct.
He brought the stamp down with a vicious emphasis, coming very near blotting out the nursery name, instead of cancelling the postage-stamp.
Occasionally there came from this mysterious chamber sounds resembling the cackling of poultry, varied now and then by a noise like the falling of a shower of small, light substances upon a hard floor.
The pamphlets which we have reprinted, written as they were by english contemporaries of peter the great, are far from concurring in the common delusions of later historians.
Bradley also suggested that official navy protests of secretary johnson's canceling the supercarrier united states were due to improper personal or political, even mutinous motives, calling navy admirals "fancy dans who wont hit the line with all they have on every play unless they can call the signals", and who were in "open rebellion against the civilian control.
"then, perhaps thinking that my brother and i were concealing something, they separated us.