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Correct spelling for RAITING

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Possible correct spellings for raiting

  • Radioing
  • Frank had tumbled, fallen, rolled down the slope, taking no precautions, fired only with anxiety to prevent morales from radioing while there was yet time.

  • Raiding
  • These kings of the plain, both ninevite and babylonian, were continually raiding the country up and down for centuries without ever arriving at any decisive result, and a detailed account of their various campaigns would be as tedious reading as that of the ceaseless struggle between the latins and sabines which fills the opening pages of roman history.

  • Raising
  • Raising his head and looking straight into the king's eyes, he pleaded for the life of jeremiah.

  • Routing
  • Finally, behind the sharp division made between man and the cosmos, there still lurks one of the oldest and most enduring fallacies of the world, a fallacy that huxley himself spent a great part of his intellectual life in discovering and routing.

  • Waiting
  • He understood now for what they had been waiting.

  • Rutting
  • Generally, if seen in summer at the edge of a lake or stream, he slips noiselessly into the woods, but when the rutting season begins he casts his discretion to the winds and responds to the call of the cow with noisy disregard of consequences.

  • Ratting
  • It was the next thing to ratting, and seems to have been regarded in that light by lord bulkeley.

  • Rotting
  • Rotting trees lay on the ground, while ferns nodded long, slender heads over the fallen monarchs.

  • Writing
  • Lilly pleaded for the writing of one single letter of farewell.

  • Rating
  • Our rating of the carretero had an effect both prompt and dire; when we left him, he hastened to hire carriers to bring in the more important part of our load; these, he insisted, should travel all night, and at eight o'clock we found them at the hotel.

  • Rafting
  • While they put that trick on us at talland cove, their haill womankind was rafting the true cargo up the river.

  • Rooting
  • I believe that before don anastacio's time a few of these wild pigs had been kept as a curiosity at the estancia, and that when he came into possession he allowed them to increase and roam in herds all over the place, doing much harm by rooting up many acres of the best grazing land in their search after grubs, earthworms, mole-crickets, and blind snakes, along with certain roots and bulbs which they liked.

  • Riding
  • Gordon and hazel mallinsbee were riding amongst the hills.

    7-Tre 7-5 dope ridin' And we ain't trippin' on nothin', just vibin'

    – Bet That Ft. Chamillionaire by Trick Daddy
  • Ranting
  • Montague thought that this was the strangest fad of all; and when he met one of these young men at an afternoon tea, he gazed at him with wonder and perplexity-thinking of the man he had heard ranting on the street-corner.

  • Baiting
  • Nothing whatever, so far as i remember, except a recognition of courage in bear-baiting, bull-baiting mastiffs.

  • Rioting
  • A canadian writer at the present time can refer only with a feeling of indignation and humiliation to the scenes of tumult, rioting and incendiarism, which followed the royal assent to the bill of indemnity.

  • Railing
  • There is no railing here as there is nearer the town.

  • Raining
  • My wife and i to dinner to the wardrobe, and then to talk with my lady, and so by coach, it raining hard, home, and so to do business and to bed.

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