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Correct spelling for WITING

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Possible correct spellings for witing

  • Wilting
  • There he straightened to his toes and stretched his neck to look about, peering over the tops of oak brush that flourished in the scant soil, and, as he reached his full height, the sharp sound of a chair scraping on the floor sent him to a wilting, quivering squat, caused his breath to come in gasps, made his hands sweat until the pistol he held was slippery with their moisture.

  • Writing
  • I see people hiding Speech gets harder There's no sense in writing Help me find a way from this maze

    – Living In Another World by talk talk
  • Wiving
  • Wining
  • In wining with a fair one opposite, a luckless piece of jelly adhered to the tip of his still more luckless nose.

  • Whiting
  • "i went out after whiting," sir henry groaned, "and i'd just promised to chuck it for a time when i got the admiral's message."

  • Wading
  • But they went slow in here, in these big beaver meadows; ten miles daily was big travel, wading, and not half of that gained in actual straight distance.

  • Citing
  • When i thought to lengthen out, citing these perfidious stories, my discourse, i find already that i have succinctly told thee how my mother, being persuaded by the flatteries of love's homage, was a fair as any fair, and unfortunate as all are.

  • Wiling
  • Could lewis mistake her indifference? could he avoid suffering from it? could he, for a moment, accept her conventional expletives in place of the irrepressible and endearing tokens of a real love? could he see what had weaned her from him, and was still, like a baleful star, wiling her farther and farther on its treacherously lighted path? could he see,-feel?-had he a heart? these questions i incessantly asked myself.

  • Biting
  • Cherry, her eyes on the study door, stood biting her fingers in frenzy.

  • Wiring
  • There is little to be gained either by wiring the bank, he said.

  • Siting
  • And so it came to pass that so sweet was the final message that the words of the wonderful old poem proved a siting description of it all.

  • Withing
  • Witting
  • Waiting
  • The house is waiting for you...."

  • Voting
  • The emperor was opposed to giving up the indirect method of voting, but was anxious to try some lesser reforms.

  • Wising
  • Wiping
  • He coloured; apparently he thought he was doing her an honour in wiping out all memory of that discovery in billy's studio.

  • Wetting
  • They did their level bravest to make a jolly thing of it; but jean's attempt to watch a deerlick resulted in a wetting through the sudden advent of a shower; and the shower drove about all the punkies and mosquitoes in the neighborhood under our roof for shelter.

  • Kiting
  • It sent the yank fighters kiting up to a safer level.

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