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Correct spelling for NOTHUING
We think the word nothuing 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 nothuing
- Northern(Definition of northern)
- Anything(Definition of Anything)
- Notching(Definition of Notching)
- Loathing(Definition of loathing)
- Soothing(Definition of soothing)
- Thing(Definition of thing)
- Nosing(Definition of Nosing)
- Mouthing(Definition of Mouthing)
- Noting(Definition of Noting)
- Nothing(Definition of nothing)
- Knotting(Definition of Knotting)
Cape colony was at that moment involved in a serious war with the kafirs of the south coast, and could spare no troops for these northern troubles.
Can you do anything with him?
Will you keep quiet, you little good for nothings?
In despair at her own helplessness, and with a feeling of loathing so strong that it seemed like physical sickness, alice went forward and entered into conversation with captain hibbert.
But myrtilus, with a soothing gesture of the hand, answered: "what is the cause of this heat?
They will be a good thing to have done.
At eight o'clock a neighbor, whose love of gossip was greater than her desire for housework, came to the garden gate to say that she had just heard the justice of the peace refuse to issue a warrant for either of the boys, and she added to this information her belief that it, the burglary, was a judgment upon uncle nathan for presuming to talk business on the sabbath.
Trust folk for nosing it out.
Stooping down, tims picked up his eighteen-months-old son and held him aloft, chuckling and mouthing his glee.
Nothing, i hope-i believe.
A curious specimen of very fine knotting stitch was exhibited at the royal school in 1878, probably of french workmanship.