Correct spelling for DEEMEANING

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Possible correct spellings for deemeaning

  • Damning(Definition of damning)
  • "it shall be brought to your eyes," returned athol; "that, and other damning proofs, shall convince this credulous country of its abused confidence."

  • Teeming(Definition of teeming)
  • She had been told that, rough and brutal as they seemed just then, they were not like this all the year round, but were, in fact, quite civil persons save during certain weeks of autumn and winter, when, like the inhabitants of the malay peninsula, they ran amuck, and made it their purpose to destroy life-in this case harmless feathered creatures, brought into being by artificial means solely to gratify these propensities-at once so unmannerly and so unchivalrous towards their weaker fellows in nature's teeming family.

  • Deadening(Definition of deadening)
  • Meredith has always been in wholesome revolt against convention, against every deadening limitation of art, but he sometimes carries revolt to the point of anarchy.

  • Bemoaning(Definition of Bemoaning)
  • He also felt along the sides of the pit with his hands to see if it were possible to get out of it without help, but he found they were quite smooth and afforded no hold anywhere, at which he was greatly distressed, especially when he heard how pathetically and dolefully dapple was bemoaning himself, and no wonder he complained, nor was it from ill-temper, for in truth he was not in a very good case.

  • Deafening(Definition of deafening)
  • The forked flames seemed launched straight at them and the deafening crash that followed shook the very ground under their feet.

  • Demeaning
  • I am not a drayman and i resented the menial duty of sliding those heavy filecases down four flights of stairs; but at a time like this, i thought philosophically, a man has duties he cannot shirk; besides, le ffacase was old, i could afford to humor him even if it meant demeaning myself.

  • Demean(Definition of demean)
  • He lied because he would not demean himself to tell the truth.

  • Moaning(Definition of moaning)
  • He was moaning and groaning.

  • Deeming
  • Some, deeming it the highest good to want for nothing, spare no pains to attain affluence; others, judging the good to be that to which respect is most worthily paid, strive to win the reverence of their fellow-citizens by the attainment of official dignity.

  • Deming
  • "mr. deming," began penny, "a great deal has happened here tonight."

  • Determining(Definition of determining)
  • The committee on the formation of the platform seemed to have some difficulty in determining the final form of some of the planks.

  • Dampening(Definition of dampening)
  • Bed linen and towels require very little dampening; they, too, to be rolled and placed with the table linen.

  • Deepening(Definition of deepening)
  • Simultaneously they turned their footsteps to the secluded beech-wood, whither they had wandered in the deepening dusk on the evening they had renewed their friendship.

  • Meaning(Definition of meaning)
  • Fishermen, hunters, ploughmen, and shepherds-do we really understand to-day the meaning of these words?

  • Demanding
  • Suddenly there came a smothered groan from the man in the loft; rance wheeled round quickly and brought up his gun, demanding: "what's that?