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Correct spelling for DJING
We think the word djing 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 djing
- Going(Definition of going)
- Dingy(Definition of dingy)
- Dazing(Definition of Dazing)
- Daring(Definition of daring)
- King(Definition of king)
- Deign(Definition of deign)
- Ducking(Definition of ducking)
- Digging(Definition of digging)
- Dung(Definition of dung)
- Dogging(Definition of dogging)
- Edging(Definition of edging)
- Dying(Definition of dying)
- Ting(Definition of ting)
- Diving(Definition of diving)
- Dyeing(Definition of dyeing)
- Doing(Definition of Doing)
- Dicing(Definition of Dicing)
- Diking(Definition of Diking)
- Doting(Definition of doting)
- Dating(Definition of dating)
- Dang(Definition of Dang)
- Dink(Definition of dink)
- Din(Definition of din)
- Dingo(Definition of dingo)
- Ding(Definition of ding)
- Dig(Definition of dig)
- Dine(Definition of dine)
- Taking(Definition of taking)
- Dining(Definition of dining)
- During(Definition of During)
Another dozing fit, and he was a young man with a wife and children to support; haunted with the fear of coming to want; harsh, unreasonable in his exactions at home.
Who are going with me?
He had so far failed in his quest for lodgings; but in union street he espied a coffee-house; and as he had become both tired and hungry, he entered the dingy little place, sat down, and ordered a cup of coffee and a roll and butter.
And, not daring an instant longer, she too fled.
It was 'arry king?
If thou wilt deign, great goddess, to try thy skill against the skill of the dyer's daughter and dost prove the victor, behold me gladly willing to pay the penalty."
The poor men got a proper ducking, and some of them were even in great danger of being drowned or hanged, as they were all tied into the ropes.
Only a few yards away, towards the end of the garden, they were digging trenches.
In it a dervish kept watch in the bitter cold, and some slabs of dung kept a smouldering fire not burning but smoking.
The blameless and repentant maid plucked at his coat to keep him from dogging the heels of the gentlemen.
I escape her by edging into the back hall, despite the smothered complaints of my displaced neighbors.
Conspicuous on the bridge, directing the docking operations, stood capt.
The child is dying!
It is time-ting, ting.
The best resting-places are dijon, macon, and chambery.
Near the border of this sedge, and in a part of it that was thin, a flock of wild fowl was diving and feeding.
Its powerful dyeing qualities.
And I have other reasons for so doing Besides my innate love of contradiction; Each poet - if a poet - in pursuing The muses thro' their bowers of Truth or Fiction,– Elizabeth by Edgar Allan Poe
The doting parent could not, however, be denied; so he stepped to the piano, put his arm around his dutiful daughter's neck, kissed her fondly, and then stood for a moment behind her, admiring her brilliant execution of the trumpet of victory.
It was founded, as i have said, by the first de warenne, but the gate-house by which we enter is later, dating from king edward's time, the original norman gate being within.
Said dang me, dang me They oughta take rope and hang me– Dang Me by Jim Ed Brown and the Browns
Have you always known your cousin dink?
And he went, and din driscoll sat down again and hated him.
I fail to see anything in him resembling the australian dingo or the "yellow cur" of the states.
Bing ding, alone, makes way to priest at altar and tells to him of her desire.
Not like the gold that you dig out of the ground for your palace, but gold with life in it.
Perfectly; one can dine very well there.
"they are taking tommy," he said.
It's in the dining-room.