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Correct spelling for PRACTCING
We think the word practcing 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 practcing
- Practiced(Definition of practiced)
- Practice(Definition of practice)
- Practising(Definition of Practising)
- Practise(Definition of practise)
It is rather curious, countess strahni, that you should hold in such low esteem a profession practiced by one of your most favored friends.
I do not remember anything like it in my forty years' practice."
If misery, but the moment before, had rendered her insensible to the storm, happiness was now producing the like effect.
There are maxims and ways of living, and so on, characteristic of the christian life, which are in as complete antagonism to the ideas and maxims and practices that prevail amongst men who are outside of the influences of this christian truth in their own hearts, as ever they were.
"the government went on searching private houses, opening private letters, forbidding lectures and meetings, and practicing the most infamous oppressions against us.
Lord tyrconnel charged savage with the most licentious behaviour, introducing company into his house, and practising with them the most irregular frolics, and committing all the outrages of drunkenness.
But i shall practise regularly after to-day."