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Correct spelling for DELYAING

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Possible correct spellings for delyaing

  • Telling
  • What should a girl mean-telling she cared?

  • Allaying
  • Come then, drink at this fountain of living waters, instead of the broken cisterns of the creature, which far from allaying your thirst, only tend continually to augment it.

  • Deleting
  • Defying
  • A woman, and so gentle a woman, defying him as no man would have dared to do!

  • Dealing
  • He was neither young nor handsome, but he was clever, and that goes further than either in dealing with a woman.

  • Laying
  • Presently, laying aside resentment, she went out to seek him in the linhay.

  • Belaying
  • Reeling and staggering to the fore-rigging, i clutched at and hung on to a belaying-pin, and looked about me fore-and- aft.

  • Plying
  • Dulling
  • Decoying
  • Such seasons are, almost invariably, times of scarcity and hunger with the indians, for the light snows have buried up the traps of the hunters, and the fishermen are deterred from exercising their customary skill in decoying fish through orifices cut in the ice.

  • Denying
  • Relaying
  • Relying
  • Decaying
  • Some few descendants of the old maltese nobility, as empty in purse as are their titles in any real value, keep up a degree of appearances in their moss-grown and decaying "palaces," so called by courtesy, while other edifices, once grand and pretentious, are either quite untenanted, or are occupied for commercial purposes.

  • Jellying
  • Delving
  • Deifying
  • Bellying
  • The bellying clouds are red as they swing over the housetops.

  • Lying
  • "stop; it must be lying on his grave.

  • Flying
  • Carlton came down the drive with his long coat flying and his head thrown back.

  • Dying
  • Was helen perowne dying, and had mr perowne died in the night?

  • Tallying
  • Delano
  • Dilating
  • Deploying
  • Dallying
  • Though hermon has vowed, i know not what, your love-dallying will very soon be over; we shall leave tennis within the next few days.

  • Drying
  • Delaying
  • Belying
  • "hush," said all her limbs and features, belying the previous formal "good-evening."

  • Playing
  • You are playing with me.

  • Dueling
  • Dyeing
  • As she saw dartmouth, the blood rushed over her face, dyeing it to the roots of her hair, then receded, leaving it whiter than her gown.

  • Duelling
  • Slaying
  • Lampridius, in the 'life of heliogabalus,' records his habit of slaying handsome and noble youths, in order that he might inspect their entrails.

  • Deluging
  • Doling
  • Flaying
  • Deluding
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