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Correct spelling for LEAVUNG
We think the word leavung 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 leavung
- Leaven(Definition of leaven)
- Loving(Definition of loving)
- Leaving(Definition of leaving)
- Leavings(Definition of Leavings)
- Leafing(Definition of leafing)
- Levant(Definition of levant)
- Living(Definition of living)
- Laving(Definition of Laving)
- Leavening(Definition of leavening)
- Lung(Definition of lung)
But the continental sunday cannot be felt to have quite replaced the old american sabbath yet; the puritan leaven works still, and though so many of our own people consent willingly to the transformation, i fancy they always enjoy themselves on sunday with a certain consciousness of wrong-doing.
What call had either of 'em be 'a loving of strangers and furriners and a marrying of them, sez i?
What good is a heart not loving What good are those arms not hugging– Give It To Somebody by Billy Ray Cyrus
They had already decided to give up the kensington house, leaving helen and me on our own.
It wasn't because you were leavin' me I was happy because you were pleasing me– Funny way of laughing by Burl Ives
Last, and of course weakest of all, the miserable creatures such as are with us now, come, like gleaners after the harvest, to gather up the leavings of their richer and more powerful brethren.
And, if leafing had no other reward, the thought of the snoozing, snoring pig buried to his winking snout in the bed, would give joy and zest enough to the labor.
Add to this that the commerce of their cities, which first acquired wealth in the twelfth century, especially pisa and venice, kept them in communication with the levant, where they admired the masterpieces of byzantine architecture, and whence they imported greek artists in mosaic and stonework.
The schoolmaster and deirdre were living at steve's again.
I really learned the meaning of living and loving– I've Been Down That Road Before by Hank Williams Sr.
Levine looked at her and introduced himself.
The fineness of the climate, with its copious measure of warm moisture distilling in dew and fog, and gentle, bathing, laving rain, give them a freshness and floweriness that is worth going far to see.
Mr. deane had already been a "granta" poet, and was well known to mr. lehmann, who, finding that mr. lang had already spoken to mr. anstey, gladly added a word of introduction to the editor.
And just as leaven leavens by its mere presence in the lump, by merely passively being there, and will go on doing it so long as there is a lump to leaven, so had the vicar, more than his hardworking wife, more than the untiring lady shuttleworth, more than any district visitor, parish nurse, or other holy person, influenced symford by simply living in it in a way that would have surprised him had he known.
When a man loves a girl whose mental purity is as absolute as her physical, there is, intermingled with his love, a leavening quality of reverence, and the result is a certain purification of his own nature.
The wallet of kai lung satisfied all these conditions.