Correct spelling for PRUSHING

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Possible correct spellings for prushing

  • Crushing(Definition of crushing)
  • I'm forever treading on bits of propriety, and crushing them.

  • Pershing
  • Their honeymoon was spent among the hardships of a construction camp in missouri; and here at laclede, in a very primitive house, john joseph pershing was born, september 13, 1860. the boy inherited a sturdy frame and a love of freedom from both sides of the family.

  • Perusing
  • The books are intended to be books of instruction rather than of mere amusement; and, in perusing them, the reader may feel assured that all the information which they contain, not only in respect to the countries visited, but to the customs, usages, and modes of life that are described, and also in regard to the general character of the incidents and adventures that the young travellers meet with, is in most strict accordance with fact.

  • Pruning(Definition of pruning)
  • And when you want to keep a pruning-hook safe, then justice is useful to the individual and to the state; but when you want to use it, then the art of the vine-dresser?

  • Pushing(Definition of pushing)
  • Paul nodded, pushing a box of cigars across the table.

  • Brushing(Definition of brushing)
  • But she saw nothing but the silver sheen of the trunks, and the golden mist made by the delicate leaves dancing in the breeze and nearly brushing her cheek.

  • Perishing(Definition of Perishing)
  • The whole population, soldiers and brigands, spaniards and flemings, beggars and workmen, were in danger of perishing together.

  • Prussian(Definition of prussian)
  • In early life he had been a captain both in the prussian and english service, and in 1765 took his m.d. degree at leyden.

  • Preaching(Definition of preaching)
  • Now he had given up even that worldliness, and had taken to preaching.

  • Pouching
  • From the secondary cases the letters are carried to the pouching rack.

  • Rushing(Definition of rushing)
  • There was a rushing noise in my ears, a flickering before my eyes.