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Correct spelling for DISCGUSTING
We think the word discgusting 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 discgusting
- Disgusting(Definition of disgusting)
- Disclosing(Definition of disclosing)
- Disguising(Definition of Disguising)
- Digesting(Definition of Digesting)
It was disgusting and sordid.
Hurriedly, and with a frowning face, he cut off his left sleeve from shoulder to wrist; and this act, by disclosing his linen, put him in possession of the white sleeve which he had once involuntarily donned, and once discarded.
Without distrusting the certainty of my calculations, we must do something to bring about results.
In the acquired form, the appearances are different, because the anterior part of the foot is usually flexed towards the sole, thus disguising to a certain extent the dorsiflexion at the ankle.
Mr. bright made an eloquent reply, discoursing on the benefits to this nation, and to all nations, of the works of the trinity house corporation.
There was coldness in judith's assertion, a discounting of ann.
The betrothed couple now came up also, and saw with surprise the earnest zeal with which martina's father was discussing something, they knew not what, with the singer on whose account they had had their first quarrel.
Barbara made no comment; she was digesting the news.
"you're a disgustingly serious fellow," charnock rejoined.