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Correct spelling for DOWNIN

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Possible correct spellings for downin

  • Gowning
  • Downy(Definition of downy)
  • By that time, a full crop of downy hair had come out on the cheeks and chin and upper lip of many a youth.

  • Drowning
  • Can't you see I'm drowning One more pill is sounding

    – Black Ties And Limousines by Lost On Liftoff
  • Donnie
  • Miss donnie, i can tell a crook in the dark.

  • Downs
  • Dining(Definition of dining)
  • Judy was very much excited at the prospect of dining with a live member of the old nobility, but her excitement was nothing to that of mrs. pace.

  • Downing(Definition of downing)
  • I couldn't understand why the government were such insensate fools as not to move from downing street to their editorial offices."

  • Dinning
  • Of all that we were taught in school, the multiplication table was what we knew best, for this noisy method ended by dinning the different numbers into our ears.

  • Dunning(Definition of Dunning)
  • Owning
  • Darning
  • Washing, starching, ironing, darning, patching, and an immense deal of talk and consultation, occupied that and a good deal of the following day, the rest of which was given up to the repairing of an immense pair of green baize shoes, without which aunt patsy could not be persuaded to go into the outer air.

  • Townie
  • Dawning(Definition of dawning)
  • Lucy asked, a ray of hope dawning for an instant upon her heart, but fading into utter darkness as arthur hesitated to answer.

  • Down(Definition of down)
  • "my wife she don't come down," he said.

  • Downier
  • Downer
  • She's got a downer on you, and so has- do you hear, sir?

  • Toning
  • Dowsing(Definition of dowsing)
  • Donning
  • Men were rushing into the building and rushing out again, agitatedly donning rubber coats and hats.

  • Donn
  • Four, including donn, were drowned in the wild atlantic, off the coast of kerry.

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