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Correct spelling for UNVELILING
We think the word unveliling 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 unveliling
- Unavailing(Definition of unavailing)
- Unfurling(Definition of unfurling)
- Enveloping(Definition of enveloping)
- Unveiling(Definition of unveiling)
- Inveigling(Definition of Inveigling)
- Unfailing(Definition of unfailing)
- Unfeeling(Definition of unfeeling)
But let me finish this history, rather than any longer fatigue my readers with my unavailing and tragical lamentation!"
The captain did not seem to hear him, but went to where some of the crew were busy now, unfurling and shaking out the jib preparatory to hoisting it to dry, while other men were busy with the stay-sail.
"by the time his curse was finished his enemies had performed a great enveloping movement.
And they would all do her honor after the unveiling.
All is lost, for the sake of that inveigling, perfidious young syren.
The consideration for them seems unfailing; they are asked to do things if they please, and they are invariably and distinctly thanked for the smallest service.
Early in the morning, while i was dreaming sweetly of the sea-shore, that unfeeling female rushed into my room.