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Correct spelling for DIVYING

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Possible correct spellings for divying

  • Dirtying(Definition of dirtying)
  • The likelihood of dipping and drawing and digesting and drinking and dirtying not dirtying smoking, the likelihood of all this makes such an order that every discussion is simultaneous.

  • Edifying(Definition of edifying)
  • Divine(Definition of divine)
  • Then, on the other hand, there are those who hold that there is a specific christian social politics; that there is a distinct social and political system, either directly enjoined by holy writ, or inferentially resulting from it, so as to be truly a system of divine right.

  • Divining
  • The vulgarity, the pettiness of it, she would keep from him, divining how his aristocratic temperament would revolt at the thought that such arms had once held her as his now encircled her.

  • Dairying(Definition of dairying)
  • It is also becoming a dairying centre of considerable importance.

  • Diving(Definition of diving)
  • Forward shot the enemy in a splendid diving tackle, clutching fingers outspread.

  • Divvying
  • Dying(Definition of dying)
  • Drying(Definition of Drying)
  • Deifying
  • But, after all, people have adopted the best plan, that is, to explain everything to their advantage, and to compensate themselves in imagination for their real miseries, and accustom themselves, as i think i have already said, to deifying all their sentiments.

  • Defying
  • That i should be guilty and yet innocent would be no more wonderful than the case of weng cho, who, when faced with the alternative of either defying the avenging societies or of opposing fixed authority found a way out of escaping both.

  • Dizzying(Definition of Dizzying)
  • Dividing(Definition of dividing)
  • On dividing the quantity of work that had disappeared by the quantity of heat which had been disengaged, he found that 424 kilogramme-metres of work had been expended for each calory of heat produced.

  • Chivying
  • Margaret was doing both at once, stopping frequently to chase a slippery chunk of ice about with her pick, chivying the bits of ice and salt finally into a cup.

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