Correct spelling for WIRRTING

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Possible correct spellings for wirrting

  • Pirating
  • Her nurse, moreover, was a lapp woman, carried off in some pirating foray, and skilled in all the sorceries for which the lapps were famed throughout the north.

  • Warranting
  • Moreover, we find no contradictions warranting this belief, and the so-called sixteen poets concur in getting rid of the following leading men in the first battle after the secession of achilles: elphenor, chief of the euboeans; tlepolemus, of the rhodians; pandarus, of the lycians; odins, of the halizonians: pirous and acamas, of the thracians.

  • Wilting
  • He was wilting before the stem eye, and he was smiling in the sickliest, most ghastly fashion.

  • Waiting
  • "i have been waiting for you," he said.

  • Worsting
  • Denny and the other two listened with frequent exclamations of surprise, and danced with exultation at the final worsting of constantine stefanopoulos.

  • Whiting
  • Don't you think dr. whiting has a very distinguished air?"

  • Wiring
  • He went over the transmitter, and then every inch of the exposed wiring.

  • Rioting
  • It seemed that rioting had broken out in the city unit where they lived, and they'd taken to the woods till things quieted down again.

  • Waring
  • By my brother's order they were dumped into capacious waste baskets and better materials secured from writers of capacity-among them such persons as dr. edward everett hale, asa gray, george e. waring, jr.

  • Witting
  • Amidst such lamentations and others yet more grievous, the wind waxing hourly fiercer and the seamen knowing not what to do, they came, without witting whither they went or availing to change their course, near to the island of rhodes, and unknowing that it was rhodes, they used their every endeavour to get to land thereon, an it were possible, for the saving of their lives.

  • Rating
  • That "great conflagration" at "simmery axe" brings woe to the burthened with rate and tax, for it tells him that rating must still go higher- he must "raise the wind" to keep down the fire!

  • Whirring
  • For one terrible moment it hesitated over their heads, clicking and whirring, settling into position.

  • Worrying
  • And then, 'just what's worrying you, johnnie?

  • Warring
  • It was necessary to use the greatest caution not to attract the notice of warring parties on the lakes.

  • Writing
  • I never thought about anything except reading and writing the book, and talking to you and gottfried.