Correct spelling for WAITTING
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Possible correct spellings for waitting
- Being Thrifty
And as punch, chiefly under the influence of thackeray, raised his eyes from bloomsbury to belgravia, and found equal fun and better sport in baiting the far more contemptible airs and graces of john thomas, "flunkeiana" became a fertile field from which he drew some of his most caustic productions.
I been sittin' here waitin'– Alone by Marques Houston
Lovelace shoved the telegram into his pocket, and went on batting just as if nothing had happened, just as if he did not realise that this was his last innings for a very long time.
The asia was awaiting us at falmouth.
A framework of poles, covered with matting, roofed over the middle of the boat, and a piece of matting was spread upon the floor.
It was umilissima, that is, "the humblest," but those who succeeded the grand master, and who faithfully carried out nearly all of his many purposes, saw the eminent propriety of calling it after his own name, and thus it became a fitting and lasting monument to his memory.
Neither did he suspect that the dominating passion driving him on was his best gift from the man against whom he was pitting his strength.
Then he would jump for the highest ones, hitting them almost invariably, and tumble off on his back after a successful shot.