Correct spelling for EEKING

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Possible correct spellings for eeking

  • Reeking(Definition of reeking)
  • Akin(Definition of akin)
  • Old maids have from most people a feeling rather akin to pity-a hard heritage.

  • Pecking(Definition of Pecking)
  • Jerking(Definition of jerking)
  • "'ere," said he at last, jerking his head and rubbing his jaw, "how the 'ell did you do it?"

  • Seeking(Definition of seeking)
  • Aging(Definition of aging)
  • Long-term care will become a bigger and bigger challenge with the aging of america-and we must do more to help our families deal with it.

  • King(Definition of king)
  • And now-ye're only harry king.

  • Eyeing
  • Well, somebody has looked after you all right," he remarked, eyeing the remains of peckover's last dinner.

  • Ewing
  • The device of the cover was specially designed by a friend of mrs. ewing.

  • Edging(Definition of edging)
  • The tackle was a hard one and the half-back lost the ball and sprang to his feet to find roy edging toward the first's goal with it under his arm.

  • Leaking(Definition of leaking)
  • From the slide valve and piston of the l. p. cylinder leaking.

  • Asking(Definition of asking)
  • I don't wonder at her asking me what they wanted.

  • Peking
  • Egging(Definition of Egging)
  • The three assailants, ralph blackadder behind egging them on, had thrown themselves upon basil, who stood sturdily at bay with his back to the wall, daring them to come on, and prepared to strike out at the first man who touched him.

  • Perking
  • Necking(Definition of necking)
  • Geeing
  • Peaking(Definition of Peaking)
  • Evoking
  • But my concern just now is that the reader shall see how the valley first explored by the french has given and is giving bread to the world, and has postponed the dread augury of the malthusian doctrine; how the larger valley of the explorers of the lens and crucible, lavoisier and berthelot, is opening into infinite distances; and how the under valley, when breathed upon by the air, has given its wealth to the over valley-and through this all to realize that france's geographical descendants are out of those three valleys evoking, making, a new world.

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  • Inking(Definition of Inking)
  • Peeking
  • Decking
  • When the past has been dead and buried a long while ago there is no sweeter decking for its grave than a rich autumn tangle, all yellow and brown and pale and hectic red, with glossy evergreens and soft, damp moss to keep up the illusion of spring and summer all the year round.

  • Eking(Definition of Eking)
  • How are these myriads to be fettered permanently and kept from eking out a livelihood in the future on the lines traced by necessity or interest in the past?

  • Irking