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Correct spelling for WIRITNG
We think the word wiritng 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 wiritng
- Wilting(Definition of wilting)
- Waiting(Definition of waiting)
- Rioting(Definition of rioting)
- Wetting(Definition of wetting)
- Pirating(Definition of Pirating)
- Wording(Definition of wording)
- Warding(Definition of Warding)
- Wiring(Definition of wiring)
- Wrong(Definition of wrong)
- Whiting(Definition of whiting)
- Witting(Definition of witting)
- Wearing(Definition of wearing)
- Writing(Definition of writing)
- Wrung(Definition of Wrung)
- Whirring(Definition of whirring)
They had learned that flowers to be used for decoration should be picked the day beforehand and placed in water over night so that the moisture should have time to force itself into the stalks and to drive away the first wilting.
But i was waiting to see you.
This fact, this fact alone gave every parent hope, and possibly prevented world-wide rioting.
"it gets my goat," tommy irritably exclaimed, "to have a front-page story carried to the inside, where half the time i can't find it!"
On the crew pulled, however; when in an instant the sea broke, a large portion coming right down into the boat, wetting us through fore and aft.
Mr. waring-gaunt approved of it and showed his confidence in the scheme by offering to take a large block of stock and persuade his friends to invest as well.
Those must have been the days, or ireland the country, of "woman's rights," for throughout the warlike career of the great chieftainess, nobody seems to have been much shocked, or to have thought that miss o'malley was going out of her "proper sphere," and infringing on the sacred rights of the nobler sex, in fighting and pirating; except it may be those men who got the worst of it, in engagements with her.
It is apprehended, from the duplicity in the wording of 1st art.
I myself received a wound upon my hand in warding a blow from my face; and in the turmoil of the scene, and of the blow, i fainted, and was conveyed by some humane person to a place of safety, in the upper part of the palace.
It was a great cry out of a warring heart.
She pleaded a little, and flattered a little, and cried a good deal, and finally persuaded the professor's conscience to compound a felony to the extent of writing fred instead of wiring the chief of police.
There weren't any whiting.
It is resolved, that no compositions shall be made, nor licences granted for swearing, under a notion of applying the money to pious uses; a practice so scandalous as is fit only for the see of rome, where the money arising from whoring licences is applied ad propagandam fidem: and to the shame of smock-alley, and of all protestant whores, (especially those who live under the light of the gospel-ministry) be it spoken, a whore in rome never lies down, but she hopes it will be the means of converting some poor heathen, or heretic.
And there sir ector de maris told sir percivale how he had sought his brother, sir launcelot, long, and never could hear witting of him: in many strange adventures have i been in this quest.
The others were wearing out by now.
The wheels were not whirring fast enough to suit lloyd george.