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Correct spelling for TENIDING
We think the word teniding 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 teniding
- Tendon(Definition of tendon)
- Deciding(Definition of deciding)
- Mending(Definition of mending)
- Tenting(Definition of tenting)
- Bending(Definition of bending)
- Pending(Definition of pending)
- Wending(Definition of Wending)
- Lending(Definition of lending)
- Rending(Definition of rending)
- Ending(Definition of ending)
- Tending(Definition of tending)
- Vending(Definition of vending)
- Sending(Definition of sending)
- Deriding(Definition of Deriding)
- Tinting(Definition of tinting)
A singular shooting pain, not easily located with exactness, but somewhere in the neighborhood of the calf, has been found useful; and a strange rigidity of the tendon achilles in certain positions may gain a day or two.
"papa," said i, "ransom is very quick in deciding upon my destiny."
She continued to be very assiduous in attending to his wants, such as cooking and mending his mocassins.
"i know it," marcello answered, bending his head a little.
Major c. was in the midst of a trial when we entered, and we did not learn fully the nature of the case then pending.
8. wearing and lending the clothes of customers.
His shoulders were bleeding beneath the biting straps; he was on the verge of exhaustion; but he struggled forward, panting heavily and rending his garments to rags as he smashed through the brakes in the darkness.
Thus much of music, which makes a fair ending; for what should be the end of music if not the love of beauty?
Up, and to my office, there, with w. hewer, to dictate a long letter to the duke of york, about the bad state of the office, it being a work i do think fit for the office to do, though it be to no purpose but for their vindication in these bad times; for i do now learn many things tending to our safety which i did not wholly forget before, but do find the fruits of, and would i had practised them more, as, among other things, to be sure to let our answers to orders bear date presently after their date, that we may be found quick in our execution.
We are their heirs, and they are sending us a message across the centuries.