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Correct spelling for PROCING
We think the word procing 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 procing
- Porcine(Definition of porcine)
- Preying(Definition of Preying)
- Racing(Definition of racing)
- Pricing(Definition of pricing)
- Pacing(Definition of pacing)
- Prying(Definition of prying)
- Probing(Definition of probing)
- Posing(Definition of posing)
- Prating(Definition of Prating)
- Tracing(Definition of tracing)
- Prizing(Definition of Prizing)
- Bracing(Definition of bracing)
- Pruning(Definition of pruning)
- Priming(Definition of priming)
- Pressing(Definition of pressing)
- Pricking(Definition of pricking)
- Praying(Definition of Praying)
- Prancing(Definition of Prancing)
- Prowling(Definition of Prowling)
I would not call a mussulman so, but you can insult these hindoos so much worse in other ways that i think the porcine simile is quite merciful by comparison.
Everett finished his coffee, and went in the direction indicated, where he found his visitor restlessly pacing the floor.
An ante-bellum colonial posing, inevitable in their own day, survived with them.
Inger was cheerful, and welcomed her husband kindly, praising his catch, though it was little he had brought home.
These i have woven into a web of fiction mingling their lights and shadows, blending them as best i could amid denser shades, hoping that peradventure their coming to you, gentle reader, may prove as great a pleasure in the perusing as the author has enjoyed in the weaving.
To her he seemed bracing himself against a fresh assault of heavy forces.
"dear uncle rolf," said fleda, pressing closer to him "we may be happier than we have been in a long time, if you will only take it so.
What will they say if looking over the barriers they see the insignia of their rank and office gracing the glowing head-gear of the tourists who form great parties and come racing from over the seas to look at us as at queer animals from another world?