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Correct spelling for SRTING
We think the word srting 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 srting
- Rating(Definition of rating)
- String(Definition of string)
- Sting(Definition of sting)
- Snorting(Definition of snorting)
- Writing(Definition of writing)
- Setting(Definition of setting)
- Starting(Definition of starting)
- Smarting(Definition of smarting)
- Sitting(Definition of sitting)
- Stingy(Definition of stingy)
- Siring(Definition of Siring)
- Skirting(Definition of skirting)
- Suiting(Definition of suiting)
- Stringy(Definition of stringy)
- Sorting(Definition of sorting)
- Seating(Definition of seating)
- Satin(Definition of satin)
- Sporting(Definition of sporting)
I am very far indeed, replied he, from rating you low.
The mustang reared, snorting, plunging to get loose.
The bookseller went on to say that he had come to venice with the idea of setting up his press either there or in padua, where his wife's family lived.
He felt his arms smarting here and there, where the thorns of the roses had torn them in the dark, but these delicate caresses of pain only served to deepen to him the wonder of the night that wrapped him about like a cloak.
She rose, and sitting down beside her, put her arm about her, and whispered gently,- "my poor child, what is it?"
Drennen's affairs were looked into and it was found that through unwise speculations the man had been skirting on thin ice the pool of financial ruin for a year.
A really great biography cannot be written except by a man who can comprehend his subject and take a wide view of his position among men, sorting what is trivial from what is essential, what is common to all men from what is particular to the subject of his work.
He went to the top of the high rock, at the foot of which his hut was situated, and, seating himself upon the broad flat stone, cast his eyes over the river, upon which the beams of the morning were just beginning to cast their quivering light.
I could have remembered silk or satin.
"why, man, he's the best sporting writer in town or anywhere else!