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Correct spelling for DETERIOATING

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Possible correct spellings for deterioating

  • Detecting
  • This set them at variance, to commence with; and then, mary detecting betty in certain malpractices, mother could no longer keep her, for decency's sake; and betty, in revenge, came up to father before she left, and told him a tissue of lies concerning us,-how that mary had wished him dead, and i had made away with his books and kitchen-stuff.

  • Deteriorating
  • Any society which is not improving, is deteriorating: and the more so, the closer and more familiar it is.

  • Detonating
  • The flashes of the great detonating rockets were momentarily becoming more vivid.

  • Retreating
  • He listened to her retreating steps, then turning towards nick he asked him to lock the door.

  • Decorating
  • A swarm of painters and upholsterers were decorating it.

  • Dedicating
  • And this was the cause of dedicating those figures.

  • Deriding
  • Perseus sent to aemilius to entreat that he might not be led in pomp, but be left out of the triumph; who, deriding, as was but just, his cowardice and fondness of life, sent him this answer, that as for that, it had been before, and was now, in his own power; giving him to understand that the disgrace could be avoided by death; which the fainthearted man not having the spirit for, and made effeminate by i know not what hopes, allowed himself to appear as a part of his own spoils.

  • Deterring
  • Therefore, while these storage basins may have had a certain deterring effect upon the rate of flood accumulation, they could not, in the end, assist materially in preventing damages in the lower part of the drainage area.

  • Detesting
  • And when all our "dialects" on both sides of the water shall vanish, and we shall speak no more yorkshire or cape cod, or london cockney or "pike" or "cracker" vowel flatness, nor write them any more, but all use the noble simplicity of the ideal english, and not indulge in such odd-sounding phrases as this of our critic that "the combatants on both sides were by way of detesting each other," though we speak with the tongues of men and of angels-we shall still need charity.

  • Detracting
  • Napoleon, von moltke, grant and lee were great generals, but everything connected with this war was on a scale never before approached, and we can say that the qualities of leadership displayed by marshal foch were necessarily on a higher plane of action-and we can say this without in the least detracting from the just fame of other allied commanders-as pershing, haig, allenby, diaz and others.

  • Iterating
  • What became of him we never knew, but in all probability the sexton removed him-still vocal-to the sidewalk that night; where, since we do not know for how long a time he was wound up, he may be iterating and reiterating to this day the interesting fact of his occupation, with the eulogy upon messrs.

  • Reiterating
  • Treating
  • Trotting
  • Dehydrating
  • =-the fixed alkalies destroy all vegetable life, if applied in strong solution or in substance, by dehydrating and dissolving the tissues.

  • Federating
  • But, honestly, i could not exactly make out what they were federating about, and what they were going to do when they got federated.

  • Retreading
  • Detouring
  • Detouring around the living room, penny went to the kitchen to prepare herself a belated breakfast.

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