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Correct spelling for STAREING
We think the word stareing 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 stareing
- Stirring(Definition of stirring)
- Staring(Definition of staring)
- Soaring(Definition of soaring)
- String(Definition of string)
- Starting(Definition of starting)
- Suturing(Definition of suturing)
- Strewing(Definition of strewing)
- Starling(Definition of starling)
- Strain(Definition of strain)
- Stringy(Definition of stringy)
- Steering(Definition of steering)
- Straying(Definition of straying)
- Starring(Definition of starring)
- Strewn(Definition of strewn)
- Starving(Definition of starving)
Add two cupfuls of cold milk, and cook until smooth and thick, stirring constantly.
During the silence that followed, gray felt the three men staring at him curiously.
London was in my power, all it held of promise and possibility was not beyond the flight of my soaring mind.
11,079. what would be the amount of goods supplied to these men at starting, or to their families during their absence?
I reached the belgian chateau; strafing was going on fearfully in an endeavor to smash the headquarters; men were running hither and thither, stringing telephone wires as quickly as they were shot away; battalions of infantry, fresh troops who had not yet been up the line, were working their way to their destination; chaos seemed to reign on every hand.
He saw them fire, felt a sharp searing as of a red hot wire through his side, and, reeling in the saddle, heard dimly their howl of triumph as they raced toward him-heard also another yell that rose above the arabs' clamour, a piercing yell that sounded strangely different to the arabic intonation ringing in his ears.
Thence to mrs. martin's, where i have not been also a good while, and with great difficulty, company being there, did get an opportunity to hazer what i would con her, and here i was mightily taken with a starling which she hath, that was the king's, which he kept in his bedchamber; and do whistle and talk the most and best that ever i heard anything in my life.
Our gunners got to work again, in spite of a night-and-day strain for more than a week, and for several hours there was another tremendous bombardment from all our heavies and field-guns, watched for miles around by flemish peasants sitting outside their windmills and outside cottage doors, looking at this lightning in the sky, which is a revelation to them of the mighty growth of that british army since those early days when a few divisions and a few guns came to these fields of flanders and fought to a thin, ragged line round ypres.
"if i were to spin yarns while steering, miss dabstreak," i said, "your fate would probably resemble sindbad's.
Then rockets began to rush aloft, starring the black void with iridescent fire; and everybody went to the lawn's edge where, below on the bay, a dozen motor-boats, dressed fore and aft with necklaces of electric lights, crossed the line at the crack of a cannon in a race for another trophy.
The summer of 1766 had been unusually wet and cold, both at home and abroad, and the harvest had, in consequence, been so deficient as to cause a very general apprehension of scarcity, while rumors were spread that the high prices which the shortness of the crops could not fail to produce were artificially raised by the selfish covetousness of some of the principal corn-dealers, who were buying up all the grain which came into the market, and storing it, with the object of making an exorbitant profit out of the necessities of the consumer, not only at home but abroad.
"but they are only windmills, and, more extraordinary still, this one is grinding corn to keep him from starving," and she folded up her sewing preparatory to leaving the room.