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Correct spelling for NURTUING
We think the word nurtuing 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 nurtuing
- Punting(Definition of punting)
- Knotting(Definition of Knotting)
- Bunting(Definition of bunting)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Netting(Definition of netting)
- Knitting(Definition of knitting)
- Noting(Definition of Noting)
- Uniting(Definition of uniting)
- Courting(Definition of courting)
- Nutting(Definition of Nutting)
- Rutting(Definition of Rutting)
- Turning(Definition of turning)
- Outing(Definition of outing)
- Nursing(Definition of nursing)
- Muting(Definition of Muting)
- Snorting(Definition of snorting)
- Hurting(Definition of hurting)
To note down on her mather's tablets the drowsy homilies droned out by the chaplain on a sabbath noon, to play at crambo, to talk with her tirewomen of new washes for the skin, to pass her hours away in knotting?
But mary flynn did, with a face like a piece of scarlet bunting.
Just then he heard his name called, and, looking up, he recognized a young fellow, of sixteen or thereabouts, who had formerly lived in norton.
They were still hunting for the right smith, too-evidently.
=-knurling is done either to provide a rough surface which can be firmly gripped by the hand or for producing an ornamental effect.
There is a netting screen in the corner there.
"sitting in the parlour knitting; but she won't speak, and she looks very strange.
Their nesting-operations are over by the end of march."
Mr. davis, noting his friend's condition, became uneasy.
The river was smiling as she tripped gayly down to the water, and the red-coated watermen were smiling, too, and nudging one another.
John jardine was courting me openly in the presence of his mother and any one who happened to be around.
But to shoot down from ambush these boys, who had come up here many of them probably thinking they were coming to a sort of picnic or outing in the september woods, was a thing which he could not contemplate.
"failed in your nursing?
Of late years the habit of muting the wood-wind has come into fashion.
"jack-perhaps i've done something wrong-" he stammered again: "i didn't dream i was hurting you-" then light broke upon him.