Correct spelling for HINDDING

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Possible correct spellings for hindding

  • Winding
  • Small Bits
  • Hidden
  • That could not be hidden from them.

  • Binding
  • Binding these upon chang tao's back, he dismissed him, yet the manner of his parting was as of one who is doubtful even to the end.

  • Small Bit
  • Hounding
  • This "hounding" was against the law, but bertie was his own law here-and at the worst there could simply be a small fine, imposed upon some of the keepers.

  • Handling
  • An old picture, of course; faded and worn from frequent handling.

  • Hiding
  • "mistress isabel," he said, coming nearer to the two as they sat together in the window-seat, "i can do little; they have found three hiding-holes; but so far he has escaped.

  • Handing
  • As he drew near, the lieutenant, after a word with the colonel, walked down to meet him, and there was a short colloquy in the muddy road; then they came back together and slowly entered the camp, the sergeant handing down a bag of corn which he had got somewhere below, with the grim remark to his comrades, "there's your rations," and going at once to the colonel's camp-fire, a little to one side among the trees, where the colonel awaited him.

  • Honing
  • Most men have the idea that honing is a difficult operation and should be undertaken only by expert cutlers or barbers.

  • Hinging
  • O what will my three brothers say when they come hame frae sea, when they see three locks o' my yellow hair hinging under a gallows tree?

  • Hindering
  • Then, none hindering him, he walked away through the gate of the kraal.

  • Hinting
  • Don antonio offered to arrange the matter at the capital, whither he was compelled to go on some other business, hinting that many a difficult affair was settled there with the help of favour and bribes.

  • Wingding
  • Nodding
  • Then, without another word, the young girl turned away and left the room, closing the door behind her, and nodding a good-night to mrs. north, who sat by her lamp in the outer room, gray and watchful as ever.

  • Hunting
  • Hunting and fishing helped to supply the table with the food that to-day we obtain from the butcher.

    These words run away and I'm hunting I stand here and I don't know nothing

    – Riverside by rust
  • Finding
  • There wasn't a chance of finding him."

  • Minding
  • I was minding my business, of course; with all my might i was minding my business.

  • Hindi
  • -adam, calcutta, 1833, 8vo. english, urdu and hindi.