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Correct spelling for DROIPPING

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Possible correct spellings for droipping

  • Dripping(Definition of dripping)
  • Leaving her to finish her voyage as she might, i ran away as fast as my legs would carry me, and never made halt or pause till i had reached home and stood with dripping garments in front of the fire.

  • Trooping(Definition of Trooping)
  • By the help of mary, however, a sort of disjointed dialogue was kept up till they came to the gate which led up to the school, into which the children were trooping by twos and threes.

  • Drooping(Definition of drooping)
  • He stood over her, while mrs. ulford watched him, drooping her head sideways.

  • Cropping
  • We could hear our horses cropping the grass, where we had tethered them, and we hoped they would obtain sufficient to enable them to continue the journey the next day.

  • Dropping(Definition of dropping)
  • Lord probus questioned, dropping into an easy-chair.

  • Trapping(Definition of trapping)
  • This region is shown by the reports of the fur seekers to be characterized by a great fluidity of internal movement of shoshone-and bannock-speaking groups and by frequent entry by other tribes for purposes of war, trapping, and trade.

  • Ripping
  • Whatever it all is, it's ripping!"

  • Draping
  • He drew her attention to the tinsel that covered the tree, draping it like a yellow moss.

  • Propping
  • And to watch you sink by the fireside now back again, as you mutely sit musing by firelight, that great brow and the spirit-small hand propping it, yonder, my heart knows how!

  • Trouping
  • Tripping(Definition of tripping)
  • He had grown somewhat and could run about without tripping up over himself every few steps; and as he grew a little older he was always poking into strange yards or around new corners.

  • Drippings
  • Slice the onion and potato and fry in drippings until onion is slightly browned.

  • Droppings(Definition of droppings)
  • Similarly the idea that other animals will not eat grass grown where goose droppings have fallen is not true except where the birds are too thick so that the grass is soiled badly by the droppings.

  • Dipping(Definition of Dipping)
  • And from time to time we could go on long expeditions-such as i am making now-day and night in an open boat, on some river flowing through trackless forests, great trees dipping down into the water, strange flowers blooming overhead, strange beasts that one never saw before, hopping and rushing about; and mosquitoes, of which one has seen plenty, eating one up alive at every opportunity.

  • Gripping
  • Blake shook his head, in the gripping horror of it all.

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