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Correct spelling for SELLERING
We think the word sellering 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 sellering
- Sneering(Definition of sneering)
- Alluring(Definition of alluring)
- Sullying(Definition of Sullying)
- Soldiering(Definition of soldiering)
- Soldering(Definition of soldering)
- Sealing(Definition of sealing)
- Leering(Definition of leering)
- Sleeping(Definition of sleeping)
- Silvering(Definition of Silvering)
- Slivering(Definition of Slivering)
- Steering(Definition of steering)
- Bullring(Definition of bullring)
In about a month's time they become so plump as hardly to be able to fly, when they are killed and sold, excepting a few kept for alluring the others next year.
See how he stands there and not one word what ben is hollering so at him can he understand.
Far in the distance he could make it out, a twisting, turning, almost writhing thing, cutting into the side of the mountain, a jagged scar, searing its way up the range in flights that seemed at times to run almost perpendicular and which faded, only to reappear again, like the trail of some gigantic cut-worm, mark above mark, as it circled the smaller hills, cut into the higher ones, was lost at the edge of some great beetling rock, only to reappear once more, hundreds of feet overhead.
Still reverently, he made a deep incision in the brawny neck, severing the jugular vein, then went on, soberly: you never imagined such a thing as white blood, either, but it all checks up.
Sallying out in some indignation, he penetrated the surrounding thicket in every direction, but his search was as fruitless as before.
They had sealing rifles, and the koriaks make out farther north in their roofed-in pits.
Captain wynne, leering and unsteady, caught at her waist, exclaiming, by george!
Behind his name are set the letters m.c. since he has won the military cross for an act of valour which went near to securing him a higher honour.
A considerable amount of legitimate excitement could be injected into such a moment by reporting that the bear, at last in a position to revenge itself for past indignities, leaped upon its tormentor with a blood-freezing roar and that oliver, a fragile pygmy before that near-ton of slavering fury, escaped only by a hair or was annihilated on the spot.
The making or selling of fireworks is forbidden or else forfeit 5 pounds.
A great moon had come up, and was hanging over london, serenely silvering the house-tops and spires; its light was rippling down the straight walks of which the gravel was glittering.
Birmingham new street and moor street are close to the major shopping centres in the city including grand central (formerly known as the pallasades) and the bullring.