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Correct spelling for MEANACING
We think the word meanacing 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 meanacing
- Fencing(Definition of fencing)
- Lancing(Definition of Lancing)
- Dancing(Definition of dancing)
- Meaning(Definition of meaning)
- Mincing(Definition of mincing)
- Menacing(Definition of menacing)
- Manning(Definition of Manning)
- Mending(Definition of mending)
- Menacingly(Definition of menacingly)
- Moaning(Definition of moaning)
I was exceedingly confident, for i knew myself to have few equals in the art of fencing; and i had all the advantage of coolness, which my hero was a great deal too much in earnest to possess.
He pointed across the plain, where the heat was dancing, to a little hill.
He took the other meaning.
Paul spoke much better english than did even the kings; though ellen was by way of being very particular, and sometimes a little mincing.
Thus 5,000 men who should have been effectively employed, either in menacing van dorn's flank or increasing curtis's strength, were held idly, at leavenworth.
He leaned forward and reached the poker, mending the fire with extreme care and method.
The guns, with their creaking locks, were pointed menacingly at us; the steel points of the bayonets were pointed at our hearts.
He made no answer, but hung there glaring and moaning.