Correct spelling for HUNNTING

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Possible correct spellings for hunnting

  • Hounding(Definition of Hounding)
  • Not men, now, but slaves, condemned to penal servitude; not citizens, but a class apart and alien; felons, criminals, no longer entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but existing in shame and on suffrance, ruined, nameless, parted from friends and families, with present physical pain and mental misery, and with a future of hounding and helplessness, of fear and hiding, of uselessness and aimlessness, of insanity and base death!

  • Punting(Definition of punting)
  • Filippe and i had already got on board, when benedicto appeared with a huge punting pole he had cut himself in case we might need it. he was excited over the prospect of having no more walking to do. when he got near he jumped on board so clumsily that the already too heavily laden raft turned over and we were all flung into the water-there 7 ft. deep.

  • Bunting(Definition of bunting)
  • "thou wilt never see sukh-eh-nukh, nor the ahmingmah, nor the birds that fly in the air, spring bunting.

  • Uniting(Definition of uniting)
  • It seemed but too likely that england would fall under the most odious and degrading of all kinds of government, under a government uniting all the evils of despotism to all the evils of anarchy.

  • Hurting(Definition of hurting)
  • I want you also to remember that i am in a hideous state of worry and nerves"-he passed his hand over his forehead just above his eyes as though they were hurting him.

  • Hinting
  • He didn't need much hinting.

  • Haunting(Definition of haunting)
  • To-morrow, without further delay she would decide her life, before lindaberry could return, or that haunting image of her former life.

  • Shunting(Definition of Shunting)
  • Early on tuesday morning i was awakened, long before daylight, by the whistling of engines, the shunting of wagons and the shouting of men.

  • Hunting(Definition of hunting)
  • The seventeenth century had hardly begun when the hardy pernambucanos invaded the country lying north and west of st. roque, hunting indian slaves, and good places for cattle- and sugar-raising.

  • Handing
  • And yet i knew it was handing him the razor to cut his throat.