Correct spelling for HUMIATING

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Possible correct spellings for humiating

  • Hurting
  • I know I'm perking her but can't stop what's hurting her No sleep with her screaming all night, I'm thinking of murking her

    – Ballad Of Worms by cage
  • Humane
  • So ably did he advocate this humane proposition that it was lost only by two votes.

  • Ices Up
  • Humiliating
  • Mating
  • Matting
  • Brought Into Fold
  • Homing
  • Nevertheless, with that homing instinct which is the strongest emotion in the heart of the french peasant, many of the inhabitants had been living an underground life in their cellars, obtaining food from french soldiers and cowering close together as shells came shrieking overhead, and as the shattered buildings collapsed into greater ruin.

  • Omitting
  • Hiding
  • She wondered as she did so where pauline was hiding herself.

  • Muting
  • Hunting
  • I'll never stop hunting you, I'll never stop hurting you,

    – My Curse by wester
  • Hoisting
  • Humoring
  • Hitting
  • The ball had passed through his shirt, making two holes in it, fortunately without hitting his body.

  • Halting
  • Din driscoll had vaulted to the ground in the instant of halting.

  • Hatting
  • Humming
  • When the storm starts gettig bad, you hear the those sirens humming Grab a six pack and a lawn chair there's a tornado coming

    – Trailerhood by Toby Keith
  • Remitting
  • Meting
  • Heisting
  • Emitting
  • All eyes were turned to the great door, and out rushed the dove emitting a wake of sparks, entered the car and was out again on its homeward journey before one realized what had happened.

  • Limiting
  • Humdinger
  • Hasting
  • Smiting
  • Hinting
  • Vomiting
  • Humouring
  • Heating
  • Charcoal is made by heating wood, for a long time, out of contact with the air.

  • Hating