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Correct spelling for SOUNTING

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Possible correct spellings for sounting

  • Stunting
  • Shunting
  • Pointing
  • "it's here," said paul, pointing to an open place between two pieces of wall that remained standing as by a miracle.

  • Scenting
  • Pounding
  • A moment later, another; valkanhayn was pounding the desk in front of him with his fist and yelling: "that was one of ours!

  • Sorting
  • Vaunting
  • Stunning
  • Suiting
  • Jointing
  • Sounding
  • Mounting
  • He silently shook his head, and, mounting to the box seat, ordered the coachman to drive on.

  • Bunting
  • "i shall call thee little blind spring bunting," she softly murmured, lifting the baby and pressing its tender face to her own.

  • Wounding
  • Sanding
  • Haunting
  • Nevertheless, the mere having her about him day after day, with her dainty little ways, grew to be a pleasure to him: the making her grave little face, with its haunting look of sorrow, break into smiles, the light come into her soft gray eyes, became a real delight to him.

  • Sending
  • Scanting
  • Founding
  • Its chief claim to historical importance rests, of course, on the fact that, as the first successful colony on the new england coast, it was the cause and beginning of the establishment of the other colonies of new england, and the second step in founding the great republic of the united states.

  • De Cadence
  • Hunting
  • He said some foreign words and commenced running about hunting for me everywhere, whilst i trotted off before his very eyes.

  • Spurting
  • Snorting
  • Give Business To
  • Daunting
  • It indicated careful scrubbing, and was somehow more daunting than a sign of what had happened there.

  • Sonatina
  • Hounding
  • Rounding
  • Mounding
  • Bounding
  • Conditions that produce bounding vitality and offer freedom for its expression at work and at play will supplant the craving for stimulants.

  • Sunning
  • Jaunting
  • Suntan
  • Stinting
  • Scouting
  • Squinting
  • Counting
  • There's no counting on what he'll do next.

  • Taunting
  • Punting
  • Slanting
  • Spouting
  • Soundings
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