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Correct spelling for DRIING

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Possible correct spellings for driing

  • Riding
  • Been riding too hard?"

  • Draining
  • To poison the unholy cup of joy which he had imagined himself draining with such thirsty zest there was that discovery of a measure of justification for her attitude towards him in her conviction that his disappearance was explained by flight.

  • Droning
  • Summer, with the breath of warm life and the odor of growing things; with days made dreamy and thoughtful by the purring of the soft wind and the droning of insects; and nights when all was good; with stars above and crickets singing below-summer had come and was passing.

  • Ring
  • And you would really have liked a ring yourself, my lad?

  • Deriding
  • Wiring
  • Dicing
  • Diking
  • During
  • Wring
  • Tiring
  • Two children will play with the same number of toys for a longer time, without tiring, than if they were alone;-and three or four would, in the same proportion, increase the interest and prolong the season of activity.

  • Drying
  • Hiring
  • Daring
  • Colonel harrington, not too well knowing what he did, ran to the spot where she lay, and hardly daring to look at her, stammered out-"miss mowbray!

  • Dorian
  • Dorian sat on the bank to look and listen for a few moments, then he got up again.

  • Dining
  • She would have a new dining-room and a guest's chamber over it, and she would do a great many other things which were needed, but she would live in her old home where she and her husband had been so happy, and where she hoped he would look down from heaven and see her happy until the end of her days.

  • Turing
  • Darin
  • Dripping
  • The two men shook their dripping hats as they entered the house.

  • Drain
  • You will then proceed to wash the gold, which is done by pouring hot water on it; let it stand and settle a few minutes, and then drain off.

  • Deriving
  • These things are indissolubly one, the present deriving its consciousness only from the past, and the future drawing all its distinctive wisdom from our present experience.

  • Draping
  • Diving
  • Ned, are you game for another try in the diving dress?

  • Drilling
  • Neither he nor d'espeuilles knew their songs, and the chorus needed much drilling.

  • Darrin
  • Writing
  • Taring
  • Ruing
  • Drawing
  • "well, i am married," she said, in the voice of one who apologised for drawing his attention to it.

  • Airing
  • It is true that she had sometimes been favoured with mr. hawkehurst's society in the course of her airing; but she knew that he sacrificed his hours of work or study for the chance of half an hour in her society; and she felt that there might be gain to him in her loss of liberty.

  • Ding
  • As he rode home in the street car at nightfall, back of him in the train at street corner after corner he heard passengers jingle the bell for stopping, "ding, ding-ding; ding, ding-ding."

  • Firing
  • "i always am good," said madelon, firing up, and speaking from the experience of former days, "and i am not at all happy-i never shall be here."

  • Siring
  • Miring
  • Doing
  • Driving
  • The count had covered himself with glory by driving the jesuits out of spain.

  • Drink
  • The serious questions in life to him were food, drink, women.

  • Be Conducive
  • Truing
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