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Correct spelling for LEAFLETTING
We think the word leafletting is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for leafletting
- Flirting(Definition of flirting)
- Fleeting(Definition of fleeting)
- Flouting(Definition of Flouting)
- Leaflet(Definition of leaflet)
- Lifting(Definition of Lifting)
- Flatting(Definition of Flatting)
- Floating(Definition of floating)
- Faulting(Definition of Faulting)
- Levelling(Definition of Levelling)
- Felting(Definition of Felting)
- Fluting(Definition of fluting)
- Flitting(Definition of Flitting)
- Leveling(Definition of leveling)
Or of the unhappy fact of your autograph, "a mere matter of form," on the back of some dishonoured bill of one's defaulting friend?
We found them full of curiosity, and eager to know as much as they could learn of the world from which they were excluded; but quite as fond of flirting as any set of young ladies at a boarding-school.
My theory was that aline, knowing somerled not to be near barrie, had settled down to enjoy the fleeting moment.
Many charities annually make their appeal for funds by leaflet or card; stocks are offered to customers; your patronage to theaters, entertainments, and hotels is thus solicited.
Already she was playing the organ at all three services, and her own music, and the voices floating up to her, at these set times, filled her heart with peace; but she wondered if it was the right kind of peace; she wondered whether this was religion at all.
The first event is one of brittle deformation of the basin, and is represented by the appearance of normal faulting which took place ∼24 ma.
"sissy's going," said split, the lilting of the music stirring her pulses and lifting her feet, despite the unmusical rage she was in, "and i've got to go, too."
Large classroom sizes, technology use in and outside the classroom, and less natural stimuli have been seen as contributing factors to deflating test scores and classroom participation.
From far away across the moor, came the sound of chiming bells, from the copse across the road a robin sang his wonderful song of spring, that will follow winter, of life that will come after death; and from somewhere amongst the trees of the valley, a thrush was fluting the first notes of his next year's song, that he had yet to learn.
But the leveling process makes impassable mountains and gorges in other walks of life-makes it necessary that a publisher with one hundred readers must pay as much for type-setting as he with a hundred thousand.