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Correct spelling for GAGGIN

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Possible correct spellings for gaggin

  • Fagin
  • "fagin would go wild if he knew i'd go there; but i'd like ter see it once," said mrs. fagin.

  • Jigging
  • Oh, well, really i-well, she's always jigging about, if that's anything to go by.

  • Gouging
  • In gouging out the interior of the hull the chisel or gouge should be handled very carefully; otherwise it is liable to slip and spoil the entire hull.

  • Jugging
  • Other terms for this process include ascending and jugging.

  • Gorging
  • Well, then, there is no use in gorging one's self with knowledge, and no need of self-reproach because one is content to remain more or less ignorant of many things which interest his fellow-creatures.

  • Jogging
  • The wood-sleds went jogging past towards the valley.

  • Gauguin
  • It recalls the montmartre days of the artist when he was acquainted with paul gauguin and toulouse-lautrec.

  • Ganging
  • "what's this i hear about ye ganging away to the seaside, saturday?" asked the doctor.

  • Gavin
  • Sergeant gavin greig, who has been in ceylon and knows otherwise, got it by the neck and put it in a bottle which he filled up with methylated spirit much to the poor brute's dislike as was witnessed by its contortions.

  • Gigging
  • Reviewers described anvil as a pioneering hair metal band that was popular in the 1980s but then faded into obscurity in the 1990s, while refusing to stop playing, recording and gigging.

  • Gauging
  • Nevertheless he sat tight just viewing the slightly soiled photo creased by opulent curves, none the worse for wear however, and looked away thoughtfully with the intention of not further increasing the other's possible embarrassment while gauging her symmetry of heaving embonpoint.

  • Nagging
  • To do her justice, mrs. mallow certainly had, and never ceased nagging at cuthbert to break the engagement.

  • Wagging
  • I then placed myself near the door; and whenever any one entered whom i guessed to be a stranger, i barked at him; and when the master entered, i went up to him with my head down, my tail wagging, and licked his shoes.

  • Bagging
  • "the brutes," said turner; "bagging the water of course."

  • Caging
  • People always urged in defense of caging birds that if they were caged from the nest they did not suffer.

  • Lagging
  • That sickening grip in the chest which is a real, physical pain, though the hurt be given to the soul of a man, slowed dade's steps to a lagging advance towards the tableau the two made on the steps.

  • Gagarin
  • Prince gagarin, governor of siberia, was twenty years at the head of this trade.

  • Gawking
  • Anon, i see some tall, awkward riflemen, loitering idly before signs or gawking up at the county court-house, where a gilt fish swims in the sky.

  • Sagging
  • Outside in the street he tucked his aunt, mrs. crosby, against the spring wind, and waited at the wheel of the car while david entered with the deliberation of a man accustomed to the sagging of his old side-bar buggy under his weight.

  • Fagging
  • 19. to fagging i set to, therefore, with as keen a relish as ever alderman sat down to turtle.

  • Gagging
  • I feel as if some one were blindfolding and gagging me, said david, looking uneasily about.

  • Gain
  • He kicked out, seized the uplifted arm just around the wrist, and with half a dozen fierce strokes managed to gain the bank at the feet of his enemies.

    How one will starve and another will gain. Like a giant mechanical brain,

    – Big City by operation ivy
  • Ragging
  • I asked for generals johnston and beauregard; he said they were on the field when he left it. i returned to the conductor and told him that i must go on; that the railroad was the only means by which i could proceed, and that, until i reached the headquarters, i could not get a horse to ride to the field where the battle was ragging.

  • Gamin
  • Such a man will know how to excuse this vagabondizing start upon our tale; which, however, we here sum up in an observation both useful and novel, as far as any observation can be novel in paris, where there is nothing new,-not even the statue erected yesterday, on which some young gamin has already scribbled his name.

  • Again
  • You never see him again."

  • Tagging
  • The last player caught by the tagging line is the winner and becomes it for the next game.

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