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Correct spelling for HONNING
We think the word honning is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for honning
- Thinning(Definition of thinning)
- Hoeing(Definition of Hoeing)
- Hymning(Definition of Hymning)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Inning(Definition of inning)
- Hounding(Definition of Hounding)
- Shunning(Definition of shunning)
- Holing(Definition of Holing)
- Boning(Definition of Boning)
- Hanging(Definition of hanging)
- Zoning(Definition of zoning)
- Homing(Definition of homing)
Meantime boone stood quietly by the camp-fire, entirely in the open, coolly potting the enemy as regularly and surely as a master wing-shot thinning a flight of ducks.
Once i went diamond-hunting with a party of twenty, day and night, week after week.
The ninth inning began with the score still eight to eight.
In the same spirit of toleration he would not allow the worship of strange gods to be interfered with, though on the other hand he was jealous in honoring the egyptian gods with unexampled liberality.
When the armies met, they raised no cheer: they had no answer for those who offered comfort and encouragement: they skulked in their tents, shunning the light of day.
Sometimes i think he's still hanging round only he doesn't come to the vicarage much.
The plaintive voices of homing cows floated up to him from the valley below.