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Correct spelling for ROUNTING
We think the word rounting 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 rounting
- Rotting(Definition of rotting)
- Bunting(Definition of bunting)
- Rutting(Definition of Rutting)
- Grounding(Definition of grounding)
- Mounting(Definition of mounting)
- Rusting(Definition of rusting)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Routine(Definition of routine)
- Rooting(Definition of rooting)
- Running(Definition of running)
- Counting(Definition of counting)
- Fronting(Definition of Fronting)
- Renting(Definition of renting)
- Ranting(Definition of ranting)
- Punting(Definition of punting)
- Rounding(Definition of rounding)
- Rending(Definition of rending)
- Grunting(Definition of grunting)
We were all day long sending the bunting up and down, and firing guns as signals.
These boats are flat-bottomed, because the river is shallow in many places; and when people travel in the months of july, august, and september, the water being then at the lowest, they have to carry a spare boat or two along with them, to lighten their own boats in case of grounding on the shoals.
As these thoughts rushed over him his pace quickened, mounting the stairs two steps at a time so that he might save his friend even a moment of additional suffering.
And there'll be no more hunting 'round for a place where we can get a livin' easy, eh, daddy?"
Your sisters are counting the days to the holidays; and so are some older members of the family.
The common joys, the peace of nescience, the trust in some far will, the hope to flame a beacon in the darkness of men's dreams: driven forth from these, one citadel still lifts heaven-fronting: there i stand, delivered, free, master again-that citadel, my soul.
What are you grunting for, ethel?