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Correct spelling for DEMEENING

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Possible correct spellings for demeening

  • Deeming
  • Now, many of these, looking upon the armed men, felt themselves already dead, deeming that umzilikazi had sent to "eat up" my kraal, by reason of the manner in which its trust had been fulfilled; nor was i myself for the moment at ease.

  • Deepening(Definition of deepening)
  • A ravine starts from near the upper end on the eastern side, gradually deepening towards the south, and finally turns abruptly towards the west of the river.

  • Damning(Definition of damning)
  • Some of these treacherous boers occasionally fell into our hands, and were tried by court martial for high treason; but however damning the evidence brought against them they usually managed to escape with some light punishment.

  • Demanding
  • All those working at the beach struck work to-day, demanding higher wages, and retired to their shelter holes in the cliff.

  • Deafening(Definition of deafening)
  • O, would i were a soldier, not a scholar, that the loud march, the deafening beat of drums, the shattering blast of the brass-throated trumpet, the din of arms, the onslaught and the storm, and a swift death, might make me deaf forever to the upbraidings of this foolish heart!

  • Meaning(Definition of meaning)
  • Dampening(Definition of dampening)
  • Dampen the reed frequently while weaving it, as the weavers pack down much closer when wet. the dampening process is also required to remedy the drying out caused by whisking the reeds through the air in weaving operations.

  • Deming
  • Deadening(Definition of deadening)
  • Therefore it was that he must resign any opportunity, for that day, at least, of soothing the harrowing perturbations of his passion by either the comforting warmth of hope, or by the deadening frigidity of a consummated despair.

  • Demeaning
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