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Correct spelling for STURYING
We think the word sturying 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 sturying
- Staring(Definition of staring)
- Starring(Definition of starring)
- Stirring(Definition of stirring)
- String(Definition of string)
- Suturing(Definition of suturing)
- Straying(Definition of straying)
- Trying(Definition of trying)
Please stop staring at each other, gentlemen, and come to some sort of an understanding."
It is singular how long one may look at this complete darkness and not note the dancing lights in it. after you see them, the glint of the fireflies flitting hither and thither, starring the meadows as thickly as distant suns star the sky, making a milky way of the brookside and flashing comet-like along the dry upland, is singularly vivid.
But now something was stirring within her of which she knew nothing; a feeling was creeping over her that she could not analyse; she was conscious only of the fact that with the departure of this attractive stranger, who had taken no pains to conceal his admiration for her, her journey had been robbed of all its joy.
With that she lets go a string of giggles and streaks it out into the ball-room.
Forms of askaris scurrying to their places round the fence brushed by him on every side.
But i swear i never gave one thought to the advantage to me of staying where i was!
Charleville, 29 sep 1845. after studying under the jesuits he went to paris, where he became an advocate, but devoted his main attention to literature.
There was nothing straying about; the tea-kettle and the tin boiler were filled,-father did that just before he locked up the house; we had only to draw up the window-shades, and let the sweet light in, in the morning.
The bright homespun carpet left a strip of bare plank by the stove, and on this stood two hampers of black walnuts ready for storing.