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Correct spelling for TRIING

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Possible correct spellings for triing

  • Driving
  • What was he driving at?

  • Training
  • "no, thank you," said tom, smiling, "it's bad for training."

  • Turing
  • Turin
  • Tran
  • Wring
  • Timing
  • The timing was pure luck.

  • Hiring
  • Riding
  • Your father told me that the countess was off riding with him and another chap,-off to fassifern, i believe.

  • Trilling
  • Wiring
  • Siring
  • Touring
  • A choral group from fisk was touring the country in order to raise money for the school.

  • String
  • He was to play the prayer from "moses" on one string.

  • Writing
  • Trig
  • Tripping
  • Trialing
  • Tricking
  • Tron
  • Trimming
  • Tracing
  • The meanings of some terms and things, however, are grasped only by first calling to mind more familiar things and then tracing out connections between them and what we do not understand.

  • Ring
  • Ring the bell, fool!

  • Trying
  • Treeing
  • Ruing
  • Trailing
  • Later on i had the pleasure of trailing him for an hour or so until he finally brought up at the british consul's office.

  • Trading
  • For aught he knew they may have referred to the school regulations of the moon, instead of the laws of trading and such like public matters.

  • Miring
  • Ting
  • But frankie always said s-ting.

  • Taring
  • Tiding
  • Airing
  • But the most extraordinary appearing personage was no other than mr. jeremiah growther; and, as with his gnarled cane he hobbled along at haldane's side, he looked for all the world as if some grotesque and antique carving had come to life and was out for an airing.

  • Trowing
  • Tiring
  • People who always think they are the only ones to work are very tiring; don't you think so?"

  • Tarring
  • Daring
  • Magdalen gave up the struggle in despair, and not daring to return to her people, sunk lower and lower until she reached the depths of poverty.

  • Be Mean With
  • Tiling
  • The ice pilot found himself in a small stateroom which was trimmed with maple and white tiling.

  • Firing
  • There was no more firing...

  • During
  • Truing
  • Train
  • It was some time before the first train started and they had to walk up to town.

  • Trina
  • Tearing
  • I would have gone with him myself without hesitation, had it not been that i cannot bear to think of tearing you away just yet from the old people, and i may perhaps do some good here in the way of saving the old home."

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