Correct spelling for HUNTIN

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Possible correct spellings for huntin

  • Hunter(Definition of hunter)
  • Hunter looked at him quietly for a minute or two before he answered.

  • Hinton
  • Abandoning a vain search after abstractions, and applying his simple formula to life, hinton found that it enabled him to express the faith in his heart in terms conformable to reason; that it led back to, and illumined the teachings of every spiritual instructor and inspirer of mankind.

  • Hunting(Definition of hunting)
  • "you don't expect those fellows are going to row across here and then go hunting all about the island in the dark, do you?

  • Bunting(Definition of bunting)
  • Margaret cried, and, halting suddenly, she draped herself about a lamp-post like a strip of bunting.

  • Hunts
  • If you are as smart as reddy, you will understand that the more he hunts you, the quicker-witted you also will become.

  • Haunting(Definition of haunting)
  • There had been another haunting recollection: for months she had been unable to define it perfectly, though it had always brought a thrill of disgust with its vague appeal.

  • Clear-Headedness
  • The reputation which he had gained by his courage in descending into the mine, in his battle with tom walker, and by the clear-headedness and quickness of decision which had saved the lives of the survivors of the explosion, was immensely increased; and any who had before felt sore at the thought of so young a hand being placed above them in command of the pit, felt that in all that constitutes a man, in energy, courage, and ability, jack simpson was worthy the post of manager of the vaughan mine.

  • Punting(Definition of punting)
  • As i was not an expert in punting, mary and dick pushed off in the punt, the former handling the long pole with a deftness acquired by constant practice, while, with eva glaslyn in the stern of a gig, i rolled up my sleeves and bent to the oars.

  • Shunting(Definition of Shunting)
  • When we contemplate present conditions of third-class travel it is hard to realise what they were before this change took place; slow speed, delays and discomfort; bare boards; hard seats; shunting of third-class trains into sidings and waiting there for other trains, sometimes even goods trains, to pass.

  • Quentin
  • The reader will remember him in sir w. scott's "quentin durward."

  • Hinting
  • It's clear enough that you are hinting at foul play on the flimsiest of evidence.

  • Hunt(Definition of hunt)
  • "did you hunt, aunt barbara?

  • Handing
  • I don't want to be hard on you, but-er-i'm afraid i shall have to insist on your handing in that composition not later than to-morrow noon.

  • Hounding(Definition of Hounding)
  • William knew this; yet here he was, hounding me out of the club!

  • Hurting(Definition of hurting)
  • For that reason, you must have transportation free on a line of steamers mr. stewart is interested in; but you had to send me to ask for the favor, and i'll tell you now what i did not tell you before for fear of hurting your feelings, that mr. stewart said he was glad to do it for my sake."

  • Hutton(Definition of hutton)
  • Hutton thought for a moment.