Correct spelling for WIRTING

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Possible correct spellings for wirting

  • Weighting
  • The tinny voice behind his head, its timbre changed by the weighting of its diaphragm, said: all readings check within accuracy of instruments.

  • Witting(Definition of witting)
  • Whiting(Definition of whiting)
  • R. whiting of pittsburg, and gen.

  • Warding(Definition of Warding)
  • But it was of still more decisive effect at the first that the energetic family which arose in north germany, and even assumed the imperial authority, not content with warding off the danes, sought them out in their own country instead, and carried the war against heathenism into the north.

  • Waiting(Definition of waiting)
  • Nancy was waiting for her.

  • Wilting(Definition of wilting)
  • Certain insects may also induce a general yellowing and wilting of plants by entering or destroying the tissues concerned in the transpiration-e.

  • Twitting(Definition of Twitting)
  • One day, report said, after dining with the lady, he descended to the kitchen, and began twitting the girl about the confessional, and coupling this with the grossest charges against the catholic clergy.

  • Wiring(Definition of wiring)
  • By changing the wiring he was finally able to evoke a desultory response from the spark-coil, and a little later to start the motor after some limping fashion.

  • Worsting
  • Girting
  • After tramping along for a considerable time through the midst of the valley, our band struck into the mountains girting it. it was necessary to cross them to reach the plain surrounding * * *. the highway followed the most accessible places, skirting the side of one of the mountains with a pretty decided slope.

  • Writing(Definition of writing)
  • Withing
  • Wetting(Definition of wetting)
  • When the snow first came down, mr. raby merely ordered large fires to be lighted and fed in his guests' bedrooms; he feared nothing worse for them than a good wetting.

  • Wording(Definition of wording)