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Correct spelling for INSISTIING
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Possible correct spellings for insistiing
- Insistence(Definition of insistence)
- Enlisting(Definition of enlisting)
- Insist(Definition of insist)
- Insulting(Definition of insulting)
- Insistent(Definition of insistent)
- Insinuating(Definition of Insinuating)
- Investing(Definition of investing)
- Inserting(Definition of Inserting)
Guthrie seemed to be arguing some point with laughing insistence, and maud to be listening in amused delight.
I was struck by the words she had just uttered, and i felt that those words, as well as her looks, had found their way to my heart, besides enlisting my generous sympathy.
But the judge sat aghast at this spectacle of youth and beauty insisting upon its own guilt, and neither mr. ferris nor mr. orcutt having words for this emergency, a silence, deep as the feeling which had been aroused, gradually settled over the whole court.
But i do insist on your getting away from here.
She even makes fun of me for having to work in the field, and is actually insulting sometimes.
And side by side with that working i saw, to my amusement, the insistent claims of his vanity.
Each of the officers called in this manner went out, and found no one; and then thiemet went out with them, under the pretext of assisting them in the search, and increased their perplexity by continuing to make them hear some well-known voice.
But his hope of checking belisarius on his way to ravenna was disappointed, for the byzantine contented himself with investing all the gothic fortresses with a portion of his army, marching on with the main army to the capital city and last important refuge of the goths.
There was an outer bailey or court surrounded by a strong wall, with a barbican guarding the entrance, consisting of a strong gate protected by two towers.