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Correct spelling for WITINN
We think the word witinn 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 witinn
- Wetting(Definition of wetting)
- Wotan(Definition of wotan)
- Waiting(Definition of waiting)
- Whiten(Definition of whiten)
- Within(Definition of within)
- Whiting(Definition of whiting)
- Writing(Definition of writing)
- Wilting(Definition of wilting)
- Widen(Definition of widen)
- Witting(Definition of witting)
She was then wetting her head with the water in the basin, and combing her hair with a golden comb.
But he was waiting; he must know what sandy felt!
Surrounded by the four tombs of his sons and his patron saint, beneath a stone of black jade covered with inscriptions, whiten the bones of tamerlane, in whose name is gathered the whole fourteenth century of asiatic history.
It retains the hypostoma and the undifferentiated biramous appendages of the trilobite, but has uniramous antennae, there are no endobases on the coxopodites of the thoracic appendages, the pygidium is reduced to a single segment, and the lateral lobes of the thorax are also much reduced.
On my return the moslem school was not resumed, and soon after mr. whiting was again transferred to the abeih station.
She saw the shiver that ran over him; she saw his eyes widen; she saw his hands knot in pressure over the rail.