Correct spelling for STARIGN

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Possible correct spellings for starign

  • Starling(Definition of starling)
  • "what i think is so splendid about his music-" commenced another starling-voice on the further side of the girl.

  • Taring
  • Starring(Definition of starring)
  • The degree of fissuring is probably affected by the resistance offered by the particular skull, or the special region struck, but as a rule the elasticity and capacity for alteration in shape possessed by the bony capsule, is opposed to the production of the extreme radial starring observed in the long bones or a fixed sheet of glass.

  • Soaring(Definition of soaring)
  • A tossing sea of rippling waves of light was presently unfolded, and over it they saw millions of birds, with wings of fire, soaring with bewildering rapidity from horizon to zenith .

  • Searing
  • A shell splinter struck his shoulder, tearing loose the leather garment, while a searing, hot agony seized him, paralyzing his left arm.

  • Stain(Definition of stain)
  • Your father shall see you living the life to which his evidence against my father condemned me-shall see the foul stain of your disaster clinging to you wherever you go.

  • Storing
  • Net mail is the term for storing and delivering mail.

  • Steering(Definition of steering)
  • At midnight, we providentially escaped getting wrecked on the rocks douvre, in steering after the druid.

  • Stringy(Definition of stringy)
  • He had never seen anybody so old-she was nearly a hundred, and looked a thousand-and he stared at the old, old, wrinkled, yellow face, the unhuman face, in which the beady black eyes burned with wicked fire; at the nearly bald head, thinly covered with a floating wisp or so of wool-like white hair; at the claw-like, shriveled, yellow hands, the stringy neck, the whole sexless meager wreck of what had been a woman.

  • Suturing(Definition of suturing)
  • Short type iv clefts extending to within 5 mm below the innominate artery can be repaired through the neck by splitting the trachea vertically in the midline and suturing the back layers of the esophagus and trachea closed.

  • Strain(Definition of strain)
  • There was no reply, and, turning round, it was to find that he was alone, for claire, unable to bear the strain longer, had glided from the room.

  • Staring(Definition of staring)
  • Greg said, when i had finished, and jerry and i were staring at each other.

  • Stirring(Definition of stirring)
  • Thus far the listener had watched without stirring a limb or giving the slightest sign of his presence; but at this sudden termination of the prayer he broke through the thick underbrush, and in a moment had reached the spot whence the singer had taken the fatal plunge.

  • String(Definition of string)
  • There is, of course, one jack and one string per key.

  • Starting(Definition of starting)
  • We had a big dinner, starting with very fine russian caviare.

  • Starving(Definition of starving)
  • He frowned as i went forward hat in hand; but i was not to be driven back; the thought of my starving mother gave me power to crush down my rising shame.