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Correct spelling for PRIORTISING
We think the word priortising 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 priortising
- Promising(Definition of promising)
- Practising(Definition of Practising)
Aristotle is not blaming melissus or praising parmenides.
Now, everything looked promising again.
She insisted she must bind up the thumb with her pocket handkerchief, and did, harry protesting; and for years, still loving him with the old, first love, she often would be reminded by the picture of the incident and of her joy in it.
Back a hundred or so years ago, this was a tea-producing region.
Steve had obeyed instructions, and by the way he worked both feet as soon as he felt the strain one might think he was practicing swimming lessons.
I passed the day quietly enough seated on my sofa, and proposing myself to read the "suitable books" which they had been good enough to promise me.
Three years later, however, the senate declared more strongly for the establishment of a bank, premising in the preamble of their resolution that "it is many ways known and plain how disastrous a disorder has hitherto been in the currency, both from the rise of the larger silver species and from the excessive importation of smaller depreciated specie, whereby not only private individuals but also common interests, as churches, hospitals, widows, and orphans are greatly pinched in their incomes."