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Correct spelling for HUINTING

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Possible correct spellings for huinting

  • Haunting
  • So his lordship was compelled to go without seeing her, not without a haunting doubt that he was being played upon, and she did not want to see him.

  • Hinting
  • "ah, now i know you're hinting.

  • Hunting
  • That night the prince came home from hunting looking very tired and sad, for what his second wife had said was quite true.

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  • Hinton
  • At the time she entered school miss hinton found, after examining her in her various studies, that her attainments were already superior to those of several young ladies who had been for some time members of the school.

  • Hinging
  • And there are old leather portmanteaus, like stranded porpoises, their mouths gaping in gaunt hunger for the food with which they used to be gorged to bulging repletion; and old brass andirons, waiting until time shall revenge them on their paltry substitutes, and they shall have their own again, and bring with them the fore-stick and the back-log of ancient days; and the empty churn, with its idle dasher, which the nancys and phoebes, who have left their comfortable places to the bridgets and norahs, used to handle to good purpose; and the brown, shaky old spinning-wheel, which was running, it may be, in the days when they were hinging the salem witches.

  • Hurting
  • I'd never heard of people dying from hurting their arms, but i thought that perhaps he was hurt somewhere else that we didn't know about.

  • Shunting
  • They were shunting sheep across at the latter point, and the portuguese herders crowded eagerly round our boat, making strange "high signs" and voicing cryptic utterances, evidently having something to do with a local bootleggers' code.

  • Hounding
  • Seems to me grigsby's a thoroughly honest man, he's been of great help to us, and while he hasn't asked any questions he must be wondering why our friend jacobs is hounding us so.

  • Hitting
  • Been hitting the pace a little too hard, i guess."

  • Uniting
  • It has demonstrated to foreign nations the moderation and firmness which govern our councils, and to our citizens the necessity of uniting in support of the laws and the rights of their country, and has thus long frustrated those usurpations and spoliations which, if resisted, involved war; if submitted to, sacrificed a vital principle of our national independence.

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