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Correct spelling for DROWDING

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Possible correct spellings for drowding

  • Drawing(Definition of drawing)
  • We met again before dinner, for a few minutes, in the drawing-room.

  • Brooding(Definition of brooding)
  • "i had been brooding so long that i had begun to fancy all sorts of impossible things.

  • Droning(Definition of droning)
  • The secretary was droning on and beating time, for the autocrat was late that morning, but he was on his way.

  • Crowding(Definition of crowding)
  • Turning he saw that he had left the door open, and in the opening he beheld the crowding forms of his dogs.

  • Drooling
  • His lips were lacerated, drooling blood, his eyes were puffed and blackened, and he was screaming and cursing insanely.

  • Drooping(Definition of drooping)
  • He headed his division at the memorable battle that resulted in the capture of burgoyne and revived the drooping spirits of those who were engaged in the glorious cause of equal rights.

  • Drawling(Definition of drawling)
  • He therefore escaped in the darkness, his wagon-trains sort of drawling over forty miles of road and "hit a-rainin'."

  • Drowsing(Definition of drowsing)
  • They drove in silence for some time, kessler intent on the evening flood of traffic, margaret almost drowsing in the evening sunlight and the cool of the breeze in her hair.

  • Eroding(Definition of eroding)
  • Dominican republic water shortages; soil eroding into the sea damages coral reefs; deforestation; hurricane georges damage

  • Trowing
  • Dreading
  • They had stayed out, running races and riding on a pony, until near the dinner hour; and, dreading their father's displeasure should they be too late, they had, with the utmost haste, exchanged their thick morning dresses for thin muslin gowns, made by a mantua-maker of the neighbourhood in the extreme of a two-year-old fashion, when waists were not.

  • Prodding
  • There was a case of quills at his side, with one of which he was scratching busily, now and then prodding the ink-horn at his girdle.

  • Trading(Definition of trading)
  • Tramp trading among the neobarbs, it might be years before you'd put in on a planet where they'd ever heard of ship's papers.

  • Trotting
  • A patrol came trotting down a cross-road, turning the corner of a wood.

  • Dropping(Definition of dropping)
  • The youth came forward and took the sticks from her, dropping them on the ground and holding both her hands in a trembling clasp.

  • Treading(Definition of Treading)
  • It was no use crawling up, and i did not attempt it, but walked straight forward, treading lightly as i went.

  • Drowning
  • It is the kind of courage that makes men risk their own lives to save people from drowning.

  • Deriding(Definition of Deriding)
  • I here disavow all intention to deride true spirit phenomena, if such there be; nor do i question the transmundane life of man-for the belief in immortality is a part of my very being-but, while ignoring the claims, and deriding the absurd pretensions of the vast majority of modern eolists and self-styled mediums, i repeat the question: is there any positive means or ways whereby even a favored few can penetrate the mysterious veil that hangs like an iron pall between the great human multitude and the infinitely greater beyond? is it possible to break through the awful barrier-to glimpse through the night-curtain that screens and shrouds us from the phantom-world?-if such there be.

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