Correct spelling for PEROUSING

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Possible correct spellings for perousing

  • Pursuing(Definition of pursuing)
  • His work was not nearly done when i met him, for during the fighting in the region round the forest of villers-cotterets, twice a battlefield, as the germans advanced and then retreated, first pursuing and then pursued by the french and british, 3000 german dead had been left upon the way, and 1000 of our allied troops.

  • Perusing
  • These facts will indeed be sufficiently obvious to persons unacquainted with the ancients, by perusing the works of eminent poets of the present age, whose names it would be superfluous to mention.

  • Carousing(Definition of carousing)
  • Wherever the high-priest went he was hailed with enthusiasm: "rejoice," he would say to encourage the feasters, cheering them with wise and fervid exhortations, reminding them of pharaoh mycerinus who, having been told by an oracle that he had only six years to live, determined to prove the prophecy false, and by carousing through every night made the six years allotted to him a good dozen.

  • Poising
  • The savage possessed apparently some of the good qualities of the white man, for he also at once let the butt of his assegai drop to the ground, although he knew, what dally was not aware of, that considering the nature of their weapons, he placed himself at a tremendous disadvantage in doing so-the act of throwing forward and discharging the deadly fire-arm being much quicker than that of poising and hurling an assagai.

  • Grousing
  • But all this, to say nothing of a five-mile march to our billet afterwards and the tedious process of unharnessing and putting down horse lines in the dark, was done without audible "grousing."

  • Praising
  • Lately you were praising to me the beauty of the great hall of columns nearly completed in the temple of amon over yonder in thebes.

  • Reusing
  • The old ambassador hotel was purchased by ramada in 1978 and was gutted to become the tropicana casino and resort atlantic city, only reusing the steelwork of the original building.

  • Premising
  • From both records, the following extent and amount of imports and exports, and tonnage, engaged in transporting these, are selected; premising that, as regards both countries, the value of each is, without either freight or charges: and as regards the former, viz.

  • Parsing(Definition of Parsing)
  • 36. "call this 'philosophical parsing, on reasoning principles, according to the original laws of nature and of thought,' and the pill will be swallowed, by pedants and their dupes, with the greatest ease imaginable."

  • Presuming(Definition of Presuming)
  • Nay, if she do not feel a certainty of success, let me intreat, let me admonish her to desist, before it be too late; and before further encouragement shall seem to authorize the presuming clifton, for presuming i am convinced he will be, to found claims upon her kindness.

  • Posing(Definition of posing)
  • He's absolutely incapable of posing, as you'll admit, and he stood right up and acknowledged that he'd been wrong in our argument.

  • Rousing(Definition of rousing)
  • Maybe they're up to some of their games, and wants rousing."

  • Reposing
  • Death valley himself was reposing in an armchair with one leg wrapped up in a white bandage and as she stopped the grinding phonographs and made a grab for the demijohn he held up two fingers reprovingly.

  • Promising(Definition of promising)
  • He shook hands with mr. rassam, both crying at the idea of parting, and mr. rassam promising to return early the next morning.

  • Producing
  • F. a. stokes company, new york, 1906. stratton, clarence, producing in the little theatres.

  • Arousing
  • As soon as possible without arousing suspicion, stobart sent yarloo to oodnadatta with a note for sax, hoping that sergeant scott would be able to send out a rescue party at once.

  • Proposing
  • Instead of proposing simply to diminish the influence of government, it really tends to centralisation and the transference of power to the lower classes.

  • Pouring
  • And she looked out at the pouring rain and the red brick house opposite.

  • Pausing
  • "the crown-prince sometimes goes abroad incognito," he said, pausing and looking me straight in the face.

  • Pursing
  • The doctor entered with an elaborate softness, and walked, flat-footed, to my bed, pursing his large lips gently as men do when filled with cautious thoughts.

  • Pressing(Definition of pressing)
  • Then she no longer made play at pressing him back from her.