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Correct spelling for OCURRING

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Possible correct spellings for ocurring

  • Acquiring
  • But this impertinence and arrogance of fashion should not prevent the son of a scotch peasant from acquiring, or attempting to acquire, the conventional habits and manners of a gentleman.

  • Caring
  • "'man,' says mactavish, 'i do not know who you are, and i do not know what you are, and i shall not be asking who you are, and i am not caring though you be maccallummore himsel'.

  • Earring
  • Sir oliver recognized a ring and a long pear-shaped pearl earring that had been his brother's; he recognized a medallion that he himself had given lionel two years ago; and so, one by one, he recognized every trinket placed before him.

  • Erring
  • And are the sinful, the erring, received into peace and rest?

  • Incurring
  • Their weapons being longer than their enemy's, the southrons, not aware of the circumstance, rushed upon their points, incurring the death they meant to give.

  • Jarring
  • Dorn wondered how far away that jarring shell had alighted.

  • Ocarina
  • Scouring
  • Urging
  • Accruing
  • Meanwhile, the 11 collections of money" among the faithful, which were first organized, as we read in the epistles of the apostles, and afterward systematized still better in rome under the first popes, soon grew into disuse, at least to the extent to which they once prevailed; the new charitable institutions, such as the care of the poor, of widows and orphans, being under- taken by the church at large, while the expenses of the whole were defrayed by the revenues accruing from the donations of princes, or the bequests of wealthy christians.

  • Auguring
  • The mixing of a dish of pickles with so hot an outburst of southern patriotism could hardly fail to evoke a smile; but the whole scene struck me as gravely pathetic, and as auguring ill for the speedy revival of a common national spirit.

  • Oaring
  • Occurring
  • Recurring
  • Scarring
  • Securing
  • Curing
  • Coring
  • Corrine
  • Euchring
  • Reoccurring
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