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Correct spelling for SUNTANING
We think the word suntaning 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 suntaning
- Sounding(Definition of sounding)
- Softening(Definition of softening)
- Sauntering(Definition of Sauntering)
- Staining(Definition of staining)
- Intoning(Definition of Intoning)
- Wantoning(Definition of Wantoning)
- Suntan(Definition of suntan)
- Stinging(Definition of stinging)
- Sustaining(Definition of Sustaining)
- Stunning(Definition of stunning)
It was part of the confession of david that reached her, sounding across how many centuries.
To the under surfaces tack firmly two ordinary collar-pads by way of softening.
Don't you remember reading, when you were young, or your husband the bishop reading, when he was in the pulpit, how when a woman amongst the jews was caught doing wrong, the pharisees were for stoning her out of hand?
One morning when, later than usual, she awoke, she missed him from her side; and on the table near her lay a letter containing the following:- "forgive me, darling, that i leave you so abruptly.
In moments the plaza became a battleground, blood staining the earth as the imperial guards began turning their pikes against the line of disciples.
"this news you've told-this man durade," he went on, hoarsely, "i'm suddenly alive-stinging-wild!...
"they must be stunning," said barnes warmly.