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Correct spelling for MEANUING

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Possible correct spellings for meanuing

  • Meaning(Definition of meaning)
  • Her meaning was clear to him.

  • Morning(Definition of morning)
  • I can write no more this morning.

  • Mooning
  • Manuring(Definition of Manuring)
  • In the oyster bay region formerly all manuring was done in the spring, but the practice of applying all fertilizers immediately after the cutting is finished is rapidly increasing.

  • Manning(Definition of Manning)
  • H. macoin, j. macon messenger " telegraph macy, f.c. " reuben g. " richard " t.d.m. magee, william males, henry maltby, stephen e. manning, p.t. marietta college, student of marks, james marriott, charles marshall, john t. martineau, harriet maryland journal maryville intelligencer mason, samuel mathieson, rev.

  • Menacing(Definition of menacing)
  • The bright and the dark memories tormented him equally; it suddenly occurred to him, that a few days previously, in his presence and in that of ernest, she had seated herself at the piano and had sung: "old husband, menacing husband!"

  • Meanings
  • 2. it renders us unable to draw a distinction between the meanings of the latin words suus and ejus.

  • Mining(Definition of mining)
  • And for a time i don't want to go any place where i'd be likely to see my friends of the carbonado mining company.

  • Moaning(Definition of moaning)
  • They ran then, the maid moaning and lamenting all the while.

  • Leaning(Definition of leaning)
  • You must make this fight without leaning on any one.

  • Mending(Definition of mending)
  • He saw clearly that there was no longer any hope; his plans were wrecked past mending.

  • Weaning(Definition of weaning)
  • Scorn and pain mingled with mighty hope is a grand prescription for weaning the heart from the judgments and aspirations of this world.

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